Through its various projects and initiatives, the Climate Risk Institute hosts free online webinars with leading climate change experts, highlighting the latest topics and research. Below you will find information on upcoming webinars, as well as recordings of past webinars, some of which were hosted under CRI’s predecessor, the Ontario Centre for Climate Impacts and Adaptation Resources (OCCIAR).
Webinar – Climate Change Information Products for Agriculture in Grey, Bruce and Huron Counties of Southern Ontario
DATE/TIME: April 29, 2021 from 2:00pm to 3:00pm EDT Click here to register! Presentation by: Anna Zaytseva (MSc), Advisory and Technical Services Liaison, Climate Risk Institute Description: Understanding the state of climate change science in the Great Lakes and the impacts of the changing climate on various sectors and ecosystems in the region has been…
DATE/TIME: May 4, 2021 from 3:00pm to 4:00pm EDT Presentation by: Christine Zimmer, M.Sc (Eng), P.Eng. Chief Specialist, Watershed Projects Division, Credit Valley Conservation Authority Amna Tariq, P. Eng, Engineer, Watershed Projects Division, Credit Valley Conservation Authority Description: Approximately 50% of Canadians believe their storm water systems are in good condition with only about one…
October 12, 2017 Presented by: Don Lemmen (Research Manager, Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Division, Natural Resources Canada) Dominique Auger (Policy Analyst, Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Division, Natural Resources Canada) Monica Harvey (Policy Analyst, Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Division, Natural Resources Canada) Fiona Warren (Senior Science Advisor, Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Division, Natural Resources Canada) Canada’s climate change Adaptation Platform, chaired by Natural Resources Canada, facilitates collaboration among a wide range of members towards increasing the resilience of industry and communities to a changing climate. Members, who are producers and users of adaptation knowledge and tools, include…Read More