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The Infectious Disease and Climate Change Fund (IDCCF) addresses the impact of climate change on human health in Canada by: increasing capacity, enabling Canadians and communities and improving adaptability and resiliency.
Extreme water level along the marine coastline is a result of a combination of storm surge, tides, and ocean waves. Future projections of climate change in the marine environment indicate that rising sea level and declining sea ice will cause changes in extreme water levels, which will impact Canada's coastlines and the infrastructure in these areas. Understanding these changes is essential for developing adaptation strategies that can minimize the harmful effects that may result. CAN-EWLAT is a science-based planning tool for climate change adaptation of coastal infrastructure related to future water-level extremes and changes in wave climate.
Excel file listing workshops led by NS Department of Agriculture staff.
A list of non-department led workshops sponsored/funded by the ThinkFARM new entrant program
This report, which is not an audit, provides a historical perspective on Canada’s action to address climate change mitigation and adaptation in order to inform parliamentarians. Parliamentarians are instrumental in ensuring that Canada transitions to a low-emission economy and ultimately must hold government to account in meeting its climate change objectives. This report also aims to build Canadians’ awareness of the climate crisis and to share the Commissioner’s views and position future work on Canada’s climate change efforts.
High-resolution statistically downscaled climate indices relevant to climate change impacts in Canada are available at a 10 km spatial resolution and an annual temporal resolution for 1951-2100. The climate indices are based on model projections from 24 global climate models (GCMs) that participated in the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 (CMIP5). To address the needs of different user groups in Canada, agroclimate indices and other indices that were proposed by the Canadian adaptation community through a series of consultations are provided. This range of climate indices are of relevance to adaptation planning for different sectors in Canada, such as human and ecological health, agriculture and energy.
A number of studies have documented the growing risks to the health of Canadians from more frequent and severe extreme heat events. Such risks were identified as a key concern in Health Canada's report Human Health in a Changing Climate: A Canadian Assessment of Vulnerabilities and Adaptive Capacity.
All people in Canada are vulnerable to health risks related to climate change. However, climate change affects some people and communities more than others. In Canada, certain groups are at higher risk and more vulnerable to the health impacts of climate change.
The Departmental Results Framework (DRF) is the strategic view of Defence’s mandate, displaying its Core Responsibilities and key performance information. It represents the corporate framework used to demonstrate plans, achievements, expenditures and performance results. This helps Canadians and parliamentarians understand what we do, what we seek to achieve, and how we will determine if we have achieved it. The Respect in the CAF (RitCAF) is an interactive curriculum intended to promote respect in the CAF through awareness and understanding, to empower CAF members to take a stand against sexual misconduct and to support affected persons.
A survey of Nova Scotians' opinions on climate change and carbon pricing.