Action on climate change
The Shift Storm newsletter from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives can help you make sense of it all. Edited by CCPA senior researcher Hadrian Mertins-Kirkwood, this monthly newsletter recaps the latest developments in work and climate from Canada and around the world. Follow along for summaries of key research and discussions of burning issues facing workers in a shifting climate.
Project managers across a range of project types and industries need to be prepared for climate change in their project plans. Climate Change poses new types of project risks that could affect project timelines, budget, and outcomes (e.g., supply chain disruptions due to storms and permafrost melt; infrastructure risks due to unusual weather events causing flood damage; functions and outcome of projects).
Climate Change and Sustainable Forest Management in Canada: A Guidebook for Assessing Vulnerability and Mainstreaming Adaptation in to Decision Making
This guidebook was among the products delivered through this initiative. It provides practical guidance to aid forest practitioners in applying the CCFM approach to vulnerability assessment and adaptation planning for sustainable forest management. It provides step-by-step details about how to complete vulnerability and adaptation assessments and includes easy-to-follow worksheets and examples from sustainable forest management adaptation assessments already completed in Canada.
A continuación, se presentan algunos aspectos de cómo surge el proyecto, cuál es el alcance, la definición del equipo de trabajo, la metodología utilizada y otros detalles de importancia.
Looking for clear guidance on how to transform agriculture initiatives to become climate-resilient? The CSA Guide website offers the tools and information you need.
Nations voting for achieve carbon neutrality rely heavily on renewable energy. While efforts towards 100% renewable are needed, one should not be blind to the humongous task of energy storage.