Climate Change Risks and Resilience Options for Canada’s Built Infrastructure
Canada’s climate is changing, bringing new risks and challenges for the nation’s infrastructure. A new IISD report, prepared with support from Infrastructure Canada, reviews current literature on climate change hazards, impacts, and adaptation options for six types of built infrastructure across Canada.
This infographic pulls examples from Advancing the Climate Resilience of Canadian Infrastructure: A review of literature to inform the way forward.
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