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Engaging Stakeholders on Climate Change Assessment 

Training-the-Trainers worked with 18 communities across the Great Lakes watershed to better understand their local climate impacts and risks. The project helped municipalities convene local workshops to learn how to use climate change modelling data and identify local vulnerabilities, assess and prioritize their risks, and begin developing adaptation plans. 

Participating municipalities

  • Wawa
  • Nipigon
  • Kenora
  • Norfolk County
  • Waterloo Region (including Kitchener, Cambridge, and City of Waterloo)
  • Meaford
  • Penetanguishene
  • Sudbury
  • Halton Hills
  • Caledon
  • Hamilton
  • Mississauga
  • Catherine’s
  • Burlington
  • Ajax

Photos: Content – Niagara Falls by Daniel Mannerich; Sunset over Lake Superior by Helena Jacoba (Flickr)

This project was made possible by the Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, under the Canada-Ontario Agreement (COA) Respecting the Great Lakes.

Adaptation and resilience planning

Capacity building

Peer networking

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We respectfully acknowledge that ICLEI Canada’s work happens across Turtle Island which has traditionally been and is home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples since time immemorial.

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