Being Climate Smart: Evidence-based decision making for municipalities

17/05/2018

Canad Inns Destination Centre

Portage la Prairie, Manitoba

Eco-West Canada, in collaboration with Manitoba Climate Change and Air Quality Branch (CCAQ), collaborated on a one-day workshop “Being Climate Smart: Evidence-based decision making for municipalities” on March 21, 2017, at the Canad Inns Destination Centre in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba

The overall goal of the workshop was to increase knowledge on climate change impacts and to provide municipalities with information, best practices and tools to help increase municipal resilience to extreme weather events.

2017
PRAC Being Climate Smart Workshop Report

Presentations

2017
Danny Blair, Prairie Climate Centre - Climate Change Projections for Decision-Makers
2017
Derek Murray, Scatliff + Miller + Murray - Planning for Climate Change – Water on the Land
2017
Dany Robidoux, Eco-West Canada - Adaptation and Climate Resilience - Translating knowledge into action
2017
Hank Venema, Prairie Climate Centre - Green Infrastructure Projects in Virden and area
2017
Tim Sopuck, Manitoba Heritage Habitat Corporation - Surface Water Management: Is there a Brighter Future for Manitobans?
2017
Nicki Albus, Manitoba Emergency Measures Organization Training Program Manager - Integrating Climate Change into Municipal Emergency Preparedness Programs
2017
Gavin van der Linde, Eco-West Canada New Green Municipal Funds - FCM funding programs
2017
Roger Rempel, Climate Group, Risk Sciences International The Critical Need for Community Climate Resilience: Overview of community impacts, with approaches and tools to reduce disruptive climate risks