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Climate change planning: M4-148/2012E-PDF

case studies from Canadian communities /

"This collection of case studies originates from CIP members across Canada. A request was sent to all CIP members seeking climate change planning projects that could be replicated in other jurisdictions or planning practices. The following ten case studies, spanning the country, were selected for presentation. The case studies have been organized by geography, starting in eastern Canada and finishing in the West. They are:1. Tantramar Dykelands Infrastructure at Risk -Sackville, New Brunswick 2. Toronto Green Standard - Toronto, Ontario 3. Waterfront Toronto’s Carbon Tool - Toronto, Ontario 4. Hot Weather Response Plan - Sudbury, Ontario 5. Ecological Footprint and Land Use Scenarios -Calgary, Alberta 6. Planning for Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation - Red Deer, Alberta 7. Climate Change Adaptation Strategy - PrinceGeorge, British Columbia 8. Gibsons Harbour Area Plan - Gibsons, British Columbia9. Interim Flood Construction Levels - Vancouver, British Columbia 10. Flood Management Planning in Delta - Delta, British Columbia"--p. Introd., p. 3.

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Department/Agency Natural Resources Canada.
Title Climate change planning
Subtitle case studies from Canadian communities /
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Format Electronic
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Note "March 2012." Title from cover.
Date 2012.
Number of Pages 65 p. :
Catalogue Number
  • M4-148/2012E-PDF
Subject Terms Climate change, Case studies