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(Sept 17) Carbon Pricing 2.0: lessons from California and BC

(Sept 17) Carbon Pricing 2.0: lessons from California and BC

              Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions will be hosting a panel discussion (September 17th) with experts from California and British Columbia on policy issues and lesson learned from over a decade of experience with carbon emission reduction policies. Join the panel of experts from California and BC as they […]

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(Aug 29) Perspectives from Climate Services in Europe

(Aug 29) Perspectives from Climate Services in Europe

Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium has announce an upcoming talk titled Perspectives from Climate Services in Europe on August 29th as part of their joint Pacific Climate Seminar Series with the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions. This talk will be given by Dr. Jana Sillmann, who will give an overview of the current arena of climate services from a global scale to a European scale, and outline current climate services […]

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(Nov 8) Climate Change in the Urban Environment: Essential Steps to Enabling Resiliency

(Nov 8) Climate Change in the Urban Environment: Essential Steps to Enabling Resiliency

SFU’s Faculty of Environment will be hosting a one-day workshop titled Climate Change in the Urban Environment: Essential Steps to Enabling Resilience on November 8th. The course will be provided by one of ACT’s expert advisors Christine Callihoo MSc, RPP. Christine has more than 20 years professional consulting experience in land use and community planning, facilitation […]

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Tsleil-Waututh Nation’s Climate Summit Proceedings

Tsleil-Waututh Nation’s Climate Summit Proceedings

ACT would like to thank the Tsleil-Waututh Nation (TWN) once again for hosting and inviting us to participate in the TWN Climate Summit in July 2018. ACT researcher Jack Satzewich was offered an opportunity to present on green infrastructure planning for biodiversity as a climate change adaptation approach. The summit brought together First Nations and all […]

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(Sept 30) The Salmon-Safe BC Design Competition for Urban Development

(Sept 30) The Salmon-Safe BC Design Competition for Urban Development

Stormwater run-off is one of the largest non-point sources of pollution in urban areas affecting the health of salmon and our watersheds. Stormwater often contains contaminants such as hydrocarbons and heavy metals derived from vehicle exhaust, brakes and leaked fluids as well as nutrients, pesticides and bacteria from urban and agricultural uses. During rainy days, […]

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(Aug 24) Stewardship Roundtable 2018

(Aug 24) Stewardship Roundtable 2018

          Last chance to register for Stewardship Roundtable 2018, hosted by the Stewardship Centre for BC and Bird Studies Canada. This is an incredible opportunity to hear from experts, and share ideas about how to improve environmental stewardship and conservation practices in our communities.  From 8:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., the Roundtable […]

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C40 Adaptation and Mitigation Interaction Assessment Tool

C40 Adaptation and Mitigation Interaction Assessment Tool

The C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group and Children’s Investment Fund Foundation recently launched a new online tool that will help cities understand the relationship between mitigation measures, which reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and adaptation measures, which reduce climate risk. Based on cities’ experiences and designed for cities, this is the first tool available that will help policy-makers systemically […]

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(Aug 1st) AGU Climate Solutions Conferences Proposals

(Aug 1st) AGU Climate Solutions Conferences Proposals

        Call for Climate Educators submissions and collaborations for AGU fall meeting 2018 and Climate Solutions Conference 2019 fall meeting abstract deadline is August 1, 2018. The world wants climate solutions. Beginning in spring 2019, the AGU Climate Solutions Conferences will build pathways and partnerships for communities to discover, define, investigate, and […]

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