Adaptation to Climate Change Team

About ACT

ACT produces a series of sessions on top-of-mind climate change issues that bring leading experts from around the world together with industry, community and government decision-makers to explore the risks and generate recommendations for sustainable adaptation.

ACT studies nine key climate change-related areas (Biodiversity, Extreme Weather, Food Supply, Health Risks, Low Carbon Economy, New Technologies, Population Displacement, Sea Level, and Water Security) and considers ways to protect Canadian environmental, economic and social well being.

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Low Carbon Resilience to Climate Change in Canada

This paper points to the co-benefits and synergies we can achieve if we take a  'low carbon resilience' approach and consider climate change adaptation and mitigation simultaneously.

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Adaptation to Climate Change Team

The Adaptation to Climate Change Team (ACT) brings leading experts from around the world together with industry, community, and government decision-makers to explore the risks posed by top-of-mind

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Crops and Food Supply: Briefing Paper for Decision Makers

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Climate change adaptation and water governance

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Climate Change Adaptation and Biodiversity: Background Report

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Cross-Canada Checkup: A Canadian Perspective on Our Water Future

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Content

Adaptation Decision Making

Sharing methods, tools and approaches for adaptation decision-making.

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Members

Julius Wairoma

Programme Manager,ENRM at ACT