Finding practical and cost-effective ways to protect Canadians from the effects of extreme weather eventsLEARN ABOUT OUR PROGRAMS
Natalia Moudrak to represent Canada
at ISO as a Subject Matter Expert
on Storm Water Management
A University of Waterloo research centre
Generously supported by
The Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation (ICCA) is a national applied research centre that focuses on mobilizing practical and cost-effective solutions to address climate change and extreme weather events. Read our brochure to learn more: http://www.intactcentreclimateadaptation.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/ICCA-Brochure-FINAL-EN-July-2016-updated-version.pdf.
Contact Dana Decent, Manager, for ways to get involved at Intact.Centre@uwaterloo.ca.
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Climate Change and the Preparedness of Canadian Provinces and Yukon to Limit Potential Flood Damage (October 2016): by Dr. Blair Feltmate and Marina Moudrak – a survey of 103 government representatives across 91 provincial and territorial ministries, departments and agencies between December 2015 and April 2016. Assessments focused on the preparedness of provinces and Yukon to limit flood damage relative to current and future major rainfall events.
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- Canadian Investment Review, February 2017: Canada Scores a C Minus for Flood Preparedness
- Orillia Packet, January 2017: LSRCA Elects New Chairs
- Assurances et gestion des risques, January 2017: ICCA Report Featured in French Journal
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