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Climate Change

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BC Resources

  • Adaptation Learning Network: Inspiring Climate Action — Helping professionals in BC who work at the front line of climate adaptation to integrate adaptation competencies into their professional practice, through education, training and networking.
  • BC Assembly of First Nations: Climate Emergency — Website and BC First Nations Climate Strategy and Action Plan (2022)
  • BC Government: Climate Change — Web portal to resources and policies
  • Neighbours United — A non-profit community-driven organization that brings together local residents to protect the natural environment while building just, equitable, healthy, and livable communities. Coordinates hundreds of volunteers and outreaches to rural residents each year to build sustainable communities and protect our natural world.
  • Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS) — A collaborative and user engaged institute that convenes solution seekers and research partners to co-design, co-develop and co-deliver impactful climate solutions for British Columbia, Canada, and potentially the world.

National Resources

  • Canadian Government: Climate Change — Web portal to resources and policies
  • Canada’s Changing Climate Report (CCRR) — Released in 2019, this report is about how and why Canada’s climate has changed and what changes are projected for the future.
  • Climate Atlas of Canada — Combines climate science, mapping, and storytelling together with Indigenous Knowledges and community-based research and video to inspire awareness and action.
  • Indigenous Climate Hub — Provides access to climate change resources tools for Indigenous peoples to monitor and adapt to our ever changing climate. Acts as a hub for Indigenous climate change leaders working on similar issues to come together and build from each others knowledge and experiences.

Global Resources


Calculators & Simulators

Data Sources

  • Climate Watch — Offers open data, visualizations and analysis to help policymakers, researchers and other stakeholders gather insights on countries’ climate progress.
  • Our World in Data — Open access and open source data archive utilized in universities and by reputable media organizations. More than just climate change.