In the Media

Find below excerpts from recent news about climate adaptation and flooding, and scroll below for all media in the last four years.

Recent Media Articles:

National Post, July 2018: “Climate change is already having a big impact — and Canadian governments urgently need to collect and publish data showing how safe their citizens are from floods, fires and other hazards, a federal advisory panel says…The panel chaired by Blair Feltmate of the University of Waterloo included 22 representatives from academia, the private sector, governments and Indigenous Peoples chosen to submit the report to federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna.” Read more here.

Water Canada, July 2018: “Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has joined the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation at the University of Waterloo and the City of Toronto to launch a pilot Toronto Home Resilience Program. The pilot program, open from July to September of this year, will provide emergency preparedness and flood risk reduction education to up to 200 homeowners, providing them emergency management resources.” Read more here.

Past Media Articles





2014 and earlier