THE NUTS AND BOLTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION FOR PLANNERS: THE BRACE TRAINING SERIES

April 1, 2021 We are in a time of multiple complex challenges: the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and recovery being at the forefront for many communities, in addition to a greater focus on equity, anti-racism, fighting systemic discrimination, and advancing Indigenous reconciliation. Climate change is deeply connected to all of these issues, and adaptation continues to…

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New Agreement Sees LU Partner Institution Flourish, Tackle Climate Change

December 16, 2020 Laurentian University is pleased to announce the signing of an Affiliation Agreement with the Climate Risk Insitute¬†(CRI). CRI is a not-for-profit corporation focused on delivering services and advancing practice related to climate change risk assessment and adaptation planning through programs and projects that focus on mobilizing knowledge and building capacity. This agreement…

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Climate Risk Institute shares more details on undertaking IRP Program

September 24, 2020 On July 7, 2020, Engineers Canada and the Climate Risk Institute (CRI) jointly announced that an agreement had been reached for CRI to assume ownership of the Infrastructure Resilience Professional (IRP) Program. The IRP Program is a series of courses for engineers on the topics of asset management, risk management, the Public Infrastructure Engineering…

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Engineers Canada transfers ownership of Infrastructure Resilience Professional program to Climate Risk Institute

2020.07.07 Engineers Canada and the Climate Risk Institute jointly announced today that they have reached an agreement to transfer ownership of the Infrastructure Resilience Professional (IRP) program from Engineers Canada to the Climate Risk Institute. Engineers Canada launched the program in 2016 as a series of introductory courses for engineers on the topics of asset…

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