Cities Adapt to Extreme Weather: Celebrating Local Leadership is the third report published by the Institute For Catastrophic Loss Reduction in a series highlighting local governments across Canada that are taking steps toward preparing for the impacts of a changing climate. This report includes case studies of twenty communities that have developed comprehensive plans to reduce the risk of loss and damage from extreme weather events such as floods, wildfire, severe wind and other hazards.

The Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction is an international centre of excellence in disaster risk reduction.They are the oldest and largest university-based disaster research institute in Canada. The Institute is affiliated with Western University and has been a champion for building disaster resilient communities for more than 20 years.

The following are links to the other two reports;

Cities Adapt to Extreme Rainfall

Cities Adapt to Extreme Heat