[This new report by ACT (the Adaptation to Climate Change Team) is a first rate study, well worth the reading, especially by anyone working within the adaptation policy field.]
Local governments in Canada are on the front lines of climate change impacts, but the cost of adapting infrastructure to flooding and other climate-driven challenges is a barrier to implementation. This report, developed by ACT through a project supported by Natural Resources Canada under the program of the Economics Working Group of Canada’s Adaptation Platform and the Cowichan Valley Regional District, identifies and analyzes the applications and suitability of funding sources available to Canadian local governments that can be used to pay for urban climate change adaptation, as well as innovative measures that may be implemented in the future under certain conditions.
Latest posts by Kaleeg W. Hainsworth (see all)
- What I’ve learned making a film about Orthodoxy and climate change - April 11, 2019
- Interview with American poet Scott Cairns about poetry, poetics, art, and climate change - March 16, 2019
- The Face of God Film - February 23, 2019