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Tag: climate change adaptation

Massive investment needed to ready Canada’s infrastructure for climate change: Report

A new report finds that climate change impacts could leave Canadians physically and financially under water as a warming and increasingly volatile climate damages...

Government of Ontario Launches Climate Change Impact Assessment

The Ontario government has selected a consulting team led by the Climate Risk Institute to conduct the province's first-ever multi-sector climate change impact assessment. "Our...

Elliott Cappell Named Director of Climate Change for WSP in Canada

WSP announced that it has appointed Elliott Cappell to lead its climate change and resilience activities. “The greatest benefit we can provide our clients when...

Ontario Announces Members of Advisory Panel on Climate Change

The advisory panel on climate change consists of experts on climate change resiliency who have experience in a variety of sectors, including the not-for-profit,...

City of St. Catherines, Ont. Receives Grant to Increase Climate Resilience

The City of St. Catherines, Ontario will use $125,000 in funding from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ (FCM) climate change staff grants initiative, funded...

Canada Joins International Commission on Climate Adaptation

Yesterday, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mark Rutte, and the Minister of Environment and Climate Change Canada, Catherine McKenna, formally announced Canada’s participation...

B.C. Agriculture Receives $6M for Climate Change Adaptation Program

B.C.’s Climate Change Adaptation Program has announced $6 million in federal and provincial government support, over the next five years, through the Canadian Agricultural...

Expert Panel on Climate Change Adaptation Releases Findings

It was announced yesterday that Canada’s Expert Panel on Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience had released its findings after being appointed in August 2017. The...

NWT Releases 2018–19 Budget with Some New Spending on Water Infrastructure

The Government of Northwest Territories has released its 2018–19 Budget projections, which include $500,000 in new spending for water infrastructure projects and the same...

Thunder Bay Joins Climate and Asset Management Network

The City of Thunder Bay, Ontario has been accepted into the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ (FCM) new Climate and Asset Management Network, which is...

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