Canada has taken a new approach on dealing with climate change. Its not by trying to cut greenhouse emissions, blaming industries or by blaming our polluting ways, its by instructing what to expect and how to adapt to the current event.
National Geographic Canada and the Ministry of Environment worked together to produce a chart explaining the changes that will occur on the rise of global temperature. Most consequences are more extreme weather condition throughout the country. But, they also they talk about economics. Its called Degrees of Change. It is explained under the article Climate Prosperity.
Farming season will be longer, some forms of fisheries will be better, home repairs and renovations are all things to look forward to. But it also has its down sides. Destruction and more death relating to the worsening weather.
Call it a new approach on avoiding to do anything about pollution (a position the conservative prefers) or call it an educational tool to prepare for the future, I found it could be an interesting document to read.
I have not found a diagram off google, but here are some websites that talk about it: