Webinar: Canada in a Changing Climate: Synthesis Report 

June 6, 2024 1:30pm-2:30pm EDT (please note the time zone) In 2017, the Government of Canada launched its fourth National Knowledge Assessment process, Canada in a Changing Climate: Advancing our Knowledge for Action, with the goal of assessing, synthesizing and sharing the latest knowledge on climate change impacts and adaptation in Canada to help inform…

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Workshop: National Knowledge Assessment Virtual Scoping Workshop 

June 11, 2024   1:30-3:30 pm EDT (please note the time zone)  Canada’s National Knowledge Assessment process, Canada in a Changing Climate: Advancing our Knowledge for Action, is led by Natural Resources Canada with the goal of assessing, synthesizing and sharing the latest knowledge on climate change impacts and adaptation in Canada to help inform and…

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Webinar: A Deep Dive into the For Our Future: Indigenous Resilience Report

May 15, 2024 This webinar welcomed report authors on a deep dive of the For Our Future: Indigenous Resilience Report (2024), the first Indigenous-led assessment report in the National Knowledge Assessment cycle that draws on Indigenous knowledge, perspectives and experiences to explore multidimensional and intersecting aspects of climate change impacts and adaptation. Webinar recording: Presented…

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PIEVC Webinar: Leveraging information from climate scenarios for robust infrastructure planning

Presenter: Trevor Murdock, Manager of Data and Products at Canadian Centre for Climate Services This webinar addressed the common question that comes up during risk assessments: “which climate change scenario should I pick?”. A brief refresher on climate change scenarios in use on climate change data portals was followed by an overview of the current…

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Webinar: Risk and Return on Investment Tool (RROIT)

Moderator: Kirsten MacMillan, B.A.Sc., B.A., E.I.T., Climate and Engineering Analyst, Climate Risk Institute (CRI) Presenters: Christine Zimmer, M.Sc (Eng), P.Eng. Chief Specialist, Watershed Projects Division, Credit Valley Conservation Authority (CVC) Kerri Robinson, P.Eng, Water Resources Engineer, EOR Description: The Risk and Return on Investment Tool (RROIT) is a multi-flood hazard decision-support tool that helps municipalities,…

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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. Les présentations sont en anglais seulement Webinar 1: What the ISO14090 standard means for building climate resilience in Canada’s transportation sector February 13, 2023 Presenter: Professor John Dora, University of Birmingham The…

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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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PIEVC 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!

In 2022/23 the Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise (BRACE) Program led by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), hosted a webinar series focused on sharing experiences on how to build climate change adaptation skills. The webinars series featured the results of over 20 co-funded projects. The key objectives of the webinar series was to:  1) present…

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