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Prairies - Case Studies

The Prairies case studies listed here were created or supported by CCIAD.

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Ecological Footprint and Land Use Scenarios - Calgary, Alberta

Cover page of case study, titled, Ecological Footprint and Land Use Scenarios - Calgary, Alberta

(2012) (PDF, 17 MB, 8 pages).

The City of Calgary has been measuring its Ecological Footprint, a measure of human demand for natural capital, in order to supply quantitative GIS analyses and other decision support material for adaptation.

Communities
Calgary

Planning for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation - Red Deer, Alberta

Cover page of case study, titled, Planning for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation - Red Deer, Alberta

(2012) (PDF, 17 MB, 6 pages).

The City initiated a climate change plan emphasizing corporate action and preparedness for associated impacts.

Communities
Red Deer

City of Portage la Prairie – Water Resources Infrastructure Assessment

Cover page of case study, titled, City of Portage la Prairie – Water Resources Infrastructure Assessment

(2009) (PDF).

Climate change vulnerabilities of drinking water treatment and distribution systems were identified using the PIEVC infrastructure risk assessment protocol.

Communities Intrastructure Water resources
Portage la Prairie

Vulnerability of Calgary’s Potable Water Collection, Treatment and Distribution System

Cover page of case study, titled, Vulnerability of Calgary’s Potable Water Collection, Treatment and Distribution System

(2011) (PDF).

Water system upgrades to meet demands from projected population growth and the impacts of climate change were assessed with the PIEVC infrastructure risk assessment protocol.

Communities Intrastructure Water resources
Calgary

City of Edmonton Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for the Quesnell Bridge

Cover page of case study, titled, City of Edmonton Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for the Quesnell Bridge

(2008) (PDF).

The climate change vulnerability of the Quesnell Bridge, a key crossing, was evaluated following the PIEVC infrastructure risk assessment protocol.

Communities Intrastructure Transportation
Quesnell Bridge, Edmonton

 

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