Online Training for agricultural producers, stewardship organizations, and conservation authorities in the Grey, Bruce, and Huron counties

The Climate Risk and Resiliency Training Collaborative, presented by Climate Risk Institute (CRI) with support from Ontario Agri-Food Research Initiative (OAFRI) will be hosting three training sessions in January. The sessions are tailored specifically for agricultural producers, organizations, and conservation authorities in the Grey, Bruce, and Huron counties and will cover a variety of topics…

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Transportation: Adapting to a Changing Climate Webinar Series

Transport Canada’s Transportation: Adapting to the Changing Climate Webinar Series communicates and advances climate change adaptation knowledge, understanding, and capacity in Canada’s transportation sector. click here to register What the ISO14090 standard means for building climate resilience in Canada’s transportation sector February 13, 2023 1:00 – 2:30pm ET. The transport sector has been impacted due to…

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Webinar: Ontario Chapter of Canada in a Changing Climate: Regional Perspectives Report

Wednesday, August 17, 2022 12:00pm – 1:30pm EDT This webinar will follow the official release of the Ontario Chapter of the Regional Perspectives Report. Hear directly from the authors about how climate change is affecting Ontario, and how communities and sectors are increasingly taking action to adapt. The Regional Perspectives Report, led by Natural Resources Canada, provides an overview…

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Webinar Series: Climate Change Vulnerability and Risk Assessments for Infrastructure

The PIEVC Program Alliance is pleased to announce the launch of the PIEVC Practitioner’s Network through the upcoming Climate Change Vulnerability and Risk Assessment Infrastructure Webinar Series and Global Forum. The Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Protocol was developed to assist engineers in factoring climate change impacts into plans for design, operation, and maintenance…

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Building Adaptation Skills for a Changing Climate Webinar Series!

The Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise (BRACE) Program led by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), is hosting a webinar series focused on sharing experiences on how to build climate change adaptation skills. The webinars series will feature the results of over 20 co-funded projects. The key objectives of the webinar series are to:  1) present…

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Webinar: Get to Know the New Canadian Center for Climate Service’s Interactive Map of Adaptation Actions

March 25, 2022 Decision-makers and adaptation practitioners across Canada have identified the need for accessible examples of climate change adaptation actions, from others that have faced similar issues, as a key tool when incorporating climate change considerations into their work. The new Map of Adaptation Actions aims to address this need by providing interactive, one-stop-shop…

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Webinar: Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI)’s Forest Management Standard

March 30, 2022 The Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) is an organization committed to improving the practice of forestry on all forestlands in North America. The most recent revisions to their “SFI Forest management standard (2022)” included 2 new objectives titled that are focused significantly on forest management adaptation to climate change. Climate Smart Forestry (Objective…

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Webinar: Health of Canadians in a Changing Climate: Advancing Our Knowledge for Action

Tuesday, March 29, 2022 from 1-2pm EST  Climate change is increasing risks to the health of Canadians, their communities and their health systems. Health authorities across Canada are increasing efforts to prepare for future impacts by understanding key health risks, populations that are disproportionately impacted and vulnerabilities facing health systems, including health facilities.  To facilitate…

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Webinar: Advancing Adaptation in Practice: Innovative Solutions for Stormwater Management in a Changing Climate

Thursday, March 24, 2022, 1-2pm EST Canadian municipalities continue to grapple with the impacts of climate change, including increased variability in precipitation leading to localized flooding. Innovative stormwater management approaches, including Low Impact Development (LID) approaches such as natural and nature-based solutions, are needed in order to ensure continued service delivery under a changing climate. …

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