ACT News

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ACT’s Second Meeting a Success

ACT kicked off their second session at the start of May focussing on Extreme Weather Events and Natural Hazards.This session runs until December 2008. Dr. Gordon McBean, acclaimed climate scientist and Policy Chair for the Ontario-based Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction, is acting as the lead policy author for this session. Over June 2nd and […]

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ACT to Host Public Dialogue on Extreme Weather Events

ACT will host a public dialogue entitled Extreme Events – Adapting to Climate Change on June 2, 2008 at 7:30 pm.  The dialogue will occur in the Fletcher Challenge Theatre at SFU Vancouver (515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC). This town hall-style meeting will feature brief presentations on climate-related hazards for municipalities, and offer the […]

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ACT’s First Conference – Communities in Jeopardy: Plant, Animal and Human – a Success

On March 31st and April 1st ACT brought together a wide range of expertise from the fields of biodiversity and rural resource-dependent communities to provide input and feedback on the development of policy recommendations in these areas with respect to climate change adaptation in British Columbia.The results of these meetings will be used by the […]

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Welcome to the ACT Blog

ACT (Adaptation to Climate Change Team) is a non-profit policy planning initiative that is designed to develop timely options for sustainable adaptation to climate change impacts. In order to do this we are convening national stakeholder and researcher sessions around 9 key themes (Communities in Jeopardy, Extreme Weather Events and Natural Hazards, Fresh Water Supply, […]

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