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Is your community seeking financial or other support for adaptation?
There are many helpful resources available to guide elected officials and staff in BC municipalities, regional districts and First Nations through the climate adaptation planning process. Featured on this page are some selections from our list of ReTooling Essentials. You can search for more resources in our database. If you have a recommendation, !
Adaptation Planning: the local government experience in BC shows how BC communities are integrating adaptation into their current planning processes, what frameworks and decision-support tools they are using, and what’s pivotal to progress. See details.
Step into the future! Three online training modules from UBC’s Collaborative for Advanced Landscape Planning show how visualization techniques support climate change scenarios and adaptation planning in BC’s communities. The modules complement the CALP visualization guidance manual, both created with funding from BC RAC.
The Canadian Hazus Users Group (CanHUG) is working to adapt the US risk assessment tool HAZUS, with support from Natural Resources Canada. The aim is to support risk assessment of climate impacts and associated costs in Canada, such as those that relate to landslides, flood and other natural hazards. Follow progress on the CanHug site.