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Webinar | Tools for Municipal Adaptation Action

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This webinar "Tools for Municipal Adaptation Action" was hosted by the Prairies Regional Adaptation Collaborative (PRAC).

This webinar highlighted two tools being used by municipalities to help with their adaptation planning process: the Climate Resilience Express toolkit developed by All One Sky and the Climate and Asset Management Network run by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM). In the recording below, you will also hear about the Town of Canmore’s experience using the Climate Resilience Express toolkit and the City of Saskatoon’s experience with the Climate and Asset Management Network.

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The webinar agenda was:

  • Introduction to the PRAC and the webinar
  • Dustin Carey, Federation of Canadian Municipalities and Nasha Spence, City of Saskatoon – Climate and Asset Management Network
  • Richard Boyd, All One Sky Foundation and Lori Rissling Wynn, Town of Canmore – Climate Resilience Express toolkit
  • Q&A
  • Next steps and closing

About the Prairies Regional Adaptation Collaborative

The PRAC is an initiative aimed at helping decision-makers in the Prairie provinces target local climate change issues and help integrate climate change adaptation considerations into decision making in policy, planning and operations. It is a federal–provincial cost-shared program between Natural Resources Canada and the governments of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. The International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) acts as the secretariat for PRAC.

For more information about the PRAC please visit our website.

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    Lori Rissling Wynn, Town of Canmore – Climate Resilience Express toolkit

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    Nasha Spence, City of Saskatoon – Climate and Asset Management Network

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    Richard Boyd, All One Sky Foundation – Climate Resilience Express toolkit

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    Dustin Carey, Federation of Canadian Municipalities – Climate and Asset Management Network