Prairies Regional Adaptation Collaborative (PRAC)
We focused on building relationships, exchanging knowledge, and developing skills across the Prairie provinces to strengthen the climate resilience of governments, Indigenous Peoples, the private sector, and others.
The PRAC is a cost-shared initiative of Natural Resources Canada and the governments of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta.
Preparing for Climate Change in the Prairie Provinces
Key findings of a 2020–21 survey of communities in Canada's Prairie provinces on the current extent of their climate change adaptation needs, planning, and implementation.
A Case for Adaptation: Preparing for Climate Disasters in Manitoba
Recent catastrophic events across the Prairies have given scientists reasons to believe more frequent, extreme events like floods, forest fires, and storms are the most immediate climate risk threatening these areas.
ClimateWest launches to support adaptation to climate change on the prairies
A changing climate will have a significant impact on the Canadian prairies and there is a need for more proactive adaptation and resilience planning.
Prairie Wildfire Risk in a Changing Climate
This webinar focused on fire risk in the Canadian Prairies, projecting change due to climate change and how levels of governments are reducing these risks and protecting communities.
Webinar: Enhancing Biodiversity in a Changing Climate
This webinar, hosted by the Prairies Regional Adaptation Collaborative (PRAC), focused on how climate change could impact the biodiversity of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.
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.
The Value of Natural Infrastructure
How municipalities advance climate change adaptation through management of natural infrastructure assets that provide municipal and ecosystem services.
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