Anne Rooban is a Policy Analyst with IISD’s Resilience Program.
She is currently engaged in the Prairie Regional Adaptation Collaborative with Natural Resources Canada, focusing on case-study research on Prairie municipalities that are undertaking adaptation planning related to climate change.
Anne has more than five years of experience with non-profit organizations, working with stakeholders in agriculture, forestry and watershed planning. She holds a Master of Natural Resources Management from the Natural Resources Institute at the University of Manitoba, which focused on socioeconomic research in community forestry in British Columbia. Her areas of expertise include research, analysis and writing relating to community-based resource management.
- Partners in Climate Action: How Beardy's and Okemasis' Cree Nation is addressing flood-related risks through knowledge sharing and collaboration This case study outlines Beardy’s and Okemasis’ Cree Nation’s climate change adaptation planning process and the tool that supported it, the Pathways to Climate Change Resilience Guidebook.
- From Flooding to Fire: How the Town of Canmore is preparing for climate change This case study outlines the Town of Canmore's climate change adaptation planning process and the tool that supported it, the Climate Resilience Express tool.
- Safeguarding NDC Implementation: Building resilience into energy systems This short brief aims to enhance awareness and highlight the importance of integrating weather and climate-related risk into the planning stages of energy infrastructure development.