PRAC Regional Meeting | Taking Action: Adapting to Climate Change on the Prairies

20/09/2018

Chateau Louis Hotel and Conference Centre

Edmonton, Alberta

On September 19 and 20, 2018, the PRAC hosted the regional workshop, “Taking Action: Adapting to Climate Change on the Prairies.” This regional 1.5 day workshop provided an opportunity for adaptation practitioners from across the three provinces to learn about actionable information and ideas for advancing adaptation in their community or municipality, and information about ongoing initiatives supporting and influencing adaptation planning on the Prairies.

Workshop Report

2018
PRAC Regional Workshop Report 2018

Presentations

2018
Carma Holmes, Associated Engineering - Climate Resilient Infrastructure
2018
Chandra Thomaras, City of Edmonton - City of Edmonton: Understanding and Planning for Changing Climate Risks
2018
Dr. Dave Sauchyn, PARC - Canada in a Changing Climate: Advancing our Knowledge for Action
2018
Dustin Carey, Federation of Canadian Municipalities - Integrating Climate Change into Asset Management Challenges, Opportunities and Lessons
2018
Francois Levesque, Infrastructure Canada - INFCs Climate lens: A Focus on Resilience
2018
Joel Nodelman, Nodelcorp - Towards Climate Resilient Infrastructure
2018
Kelly Murphy, Canadian Centre for Climate Services - Climate Data and Services for Adaptation Planning
2018
Lynn Dupuis, Native Plant Solutions - Constructed Stormwater Wetlands as Nature-based Solutions for Building Climate Resilience
2018
Dr. Marian Weber, InnoTech Alberta - Nature Based Solutions for Building Climate Resilience
2018
Megan Van Ham, WaterSMART Solutions - Bow River Water Management Project
2018
Rob de Pruis, Insurance Bureau of Canada - Prairies Regional Adaptation Collaborative
2018
Sarah Peck, Town of High River - Destruction to Opportunity: High River's Approach to Sustainable Development
2018
Sarah Prescott, All One Sky - Climate Resilient Exchnage
2018
Tosan Okorosobo, Interlake Reserve Tribal Council - Anthropogenic Climate Change: A Slow Moving Emergency