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ACT Webinar: Recording Now Online

On May 2, ACT  gave an enlightening webinar highlighting an example of low carbon resilience work across jurisdictional boundaries.

Low Carbon Resilience Case Study: Transboundary Municipal Ecosystem Governance in Still Creek
Chloe Boyle, Researcher, ACT; Graduate Student, SFU School of Resource and Environmental Management
Deborah Harford, Executive Director, ACT
Edward Nichol, Senior Researcher, ACT

In this webinar, the presenters described ACT’s policy findings from a case study of Still Creek, one of only two daylit streams in the City of Vancouver that flows across the border with the City of Burnaby, and where, thanks to years of collaborative restoration, salmon have returned to spawn for the past five years. ICLEI Canada’s Ewa Jackson contributed information on connections with ICLEI’s expertise on Local Governments and Biodiversity Management, and provide details of the upcoming Livable Cities Forum on Low Carbon Resilience.

The recording and presentation slides from this webinar are now available online via the Climate Change Adaptation Community of Practice (CCACoP).

Click here to view the webinar recording.

Click here to view the presentation slides.

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