Impacts and Adaptation
Climate change presents challenges and opportunities for Canadians. To reduce risks and take advantage of opportunities, we must adapt.
Decision-support tools for information about local climate change impacts.
A national, multi-stakeholder forum for collaboration on adaptation action and building resilience across Canada.
Changing sea levels, flooding, ocean temperatures and reduced sea ice will cause cumulative impacts.
Learn about the reciprocal relationship between Canada’s forests and climate change as well as mitigation and adaptation strategies for the forest sector.
Sea-ice deterioration and the increased pollution due to new marine traffic are just a few of the impacts on the north.
Activity that reduces the negative impacts of climate change and/or takes advantage of new opportunities.
The national assessment of how and why Canada’s climate is changing, the impacts of these changes on our communities, environment, and economy, and how we are adapting.
Increasing action to adapt to climate change through skills building, knowledge sharing and regional collaboration.
Read about how Canada is adapting to a changing climate.
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