The Adaptation Resource Pathway for Planners (ARPP) is an interactive document that helps Planners identify resources to increase their knowledge and understanding of climate change adaptation and to help support adaptation action.

Adaptation Resource Pathway for Planners (ARPP)

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The Climate Risk Institute (CRI), together with our volunteer Resource Pathway Committee members, developed an Adaptation Resource Pathway for Planners (ARPP) in Canada with support from the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) and funding from Natural Resources Canada. 

 

The ARPP is an interactive document that helps Planners identify resources to increase their knowledge and understanding of climate change adaptation and to help support adaptation action. The easy-to-use tool will support Planners entry into, navigation of, and progression through available reports, videos, guides, networks and training opportunities related to climate change adaptation and planning. 

 

For more information, please contact Megan Gereghty, Climate Change Adaptation Planner.

Click here to watch a short run-through video describing the ARP and how to navigate it.

 

Click here to explore other ARPs including a general ARP as well as an engineering and built infrastructure and a nature-based solutions ARP.