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Last updated: March 31, 2014
Welcome to ReTooling for Climate Change, a partnership project website of the Fraser Basin Council intended to help local government and First Nation communities in BC prepare for climate change adaptation.
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Webinar: Planning and implementing fuel treatment activities in BC’s diverse ecosystemsJune 20: 9-10:15am PST
Building on our May 16th webinar Effectiveness of fuel treatments in mitigating wildfire severity - Lessons from large wildfire events in the interior Pacific Northwest, this webinar will provide further information on the effectiveness of fuel treatment activities in combination with FireSmart principles in other ecosystems in British Columbia, including coastal, boreal and wetter interior forests.
Looking for event summaries or slide decks from past adaptation workshops? Check our news & events page for material on:
Under the BC RAC project, Fraser Basin Council has been hosting adaptation webinars with focus on case studies, tools and plans. Webinar recordings are available on FBC youtube channel.