Join ICLEI Canada for an upcoming webinar and information session on the new Great Lakes Climate Change Adaptation Project! This webinar will be a great opportunity for municipalities to learn about the project details, including expected timelines, budgets, how to apply, and more!
ICLEI Canada has launched a new project to support adaptation efforts across more than 20 Ontario municipalities!
Check out Making Strides on Community Adaptation - ICLEI Canada's latest publication, which addresses the implementation of climate change adaptation in Canadian municipalities.
Climate change is one of the defining issues of our time. Communities across the country continue to experience the effects of a changing climate, from increased flooding to longer and more extreme heat waves to advancing invasive species and vector borne diseases.
The Adaptation Library (www.adaptationlibrary.com) has been expanded! Aside from a fresh faced design, the site now includes products from other leading institutions and countries around the world, with an added focus on forestry and energy specific adaptation resources.
Congratulations to the City of Thunder Bay for recently completing its Climate Adaptation Strategy! This achievement reflects the culmination of the significant amount of research, stakeholder consultation, risk and vulnerability assessments, climate change adaptation action identification and plan development that has taken place over the past several years.
ICLEI Canada cordially invites Canadian cities to showcase their leadership in reducing GHGs and join the Earth Hour City Challenge!
Presented by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities Partners for Climate Protection (PCP) program, this webinar will focus on strategies that your municipality should consider when mobilizing and engaging your municipal council and community in climate change planning.
Developed by the Arctic Council's Sustainable Development Working group, the Arctic Adaptation Exchange (AAE) facilitates knowledge exchange on climate change adaptation in the Arctic, and serves as a central information hub for communities, researchers and decision-makers in the public and private sectors.