Registration is now open for the Introduction to Climate Information for Decision Making Pilot Presentation Webinar.

This webinar will introduce participants to a new PowerPoint presentation that will be available in February 2020 for public use.

This presentation is being developed as part of a collaboration between the Canadian Centre for Climate Service (CCCS), Ouranos, and the Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium (PCIC). The intent of this slide deck is to provide a baseline model of information about climate change and its important in decision making. These slides are intended to be a starting point from which practitioners can continue to build capacity.

The main presenter is Kari Tyler, the user engagement and training specialist at PCIC in Victoria, BC. Kari has a masters degree in Adult Education and Community Development from the University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. She brings extensive experience working in climate change adaptation and resilience to her role at PCIC.

With assistance from:

  • Elaine Barrow joined CCCS at Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) earlier this year, and is involved in the development of, as well as in developing and delivering training materials to help decision makers understand how to use climate information.
  • Stephanie Austin joined CCCS at ECCC as a Policy Advisor in 2017, where she works on training and knowledge translation. She was previously a project lead with the Tracking Adaptation to Climate Change Consortium (TRAC3) at McGill University and Wageningen University (the Netherlands).

To register for what is sure to be a fascinating webinar, click here.