Climate change: Adapting to impacts and reducing emissions
Learn about climate change in Canada and how to reduce its negative effects through adaptation, programs and funding opportunities, and greenhouse gas emissions reduction.
Information, tools and resources
Strategies used in Canada to adapt to climate change and address its impacts on coastlines, forests and Canada’s North
Resources to help you develop, implement and evaluate climate change adaptation policies, strategies and plans
Assessments of how and why Canada’s climate is changing; how we’re adapting; and the impacts on our communities, environment and economy
A network of experts working and collaborating to adapt to a changing climate across 14 key thematic areas
Learn about the reciprocal relationship between Canada’s forests and climate change as well as mitigation and adaptation strategies for the forest sector.
Policy for implementing the Statement on International Public Support for the Clean Energy Transition
We monitor climate change’s effects on Canada’s permafrost, glaciers and sea levels. Use our tools to inform adaptation strategies for coastal infrastructure and communities, permafrost regions, and transportation routes and northern resource development.
Programs and funding
Project funding to advance climate change adaptation knowledge, skills and actions in Canada
Funding to advance climate change adaptation actions in coastal communities
Investments in training, knowledge exchange and action that increase capacity to undertake climate change adaptation actions across the country
Funding to advance clean technologies in energy, mining and forestry through research; clean fuels; green jobs; carbon capture, utilization and storage; and more
Funding for clean energy infrastructure such as smart grids, electric vehicles, renewable power, energy-efficient buildings and communities, and more
Working with provinces, territories, Indigenous partners and stakeholders to accelerate a low-carbon future
Sustainable Jobs Plan and programs supporting Canadians working towards a low carbon future
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