Other Partners

Prairie Climate Centre: The Prairie Climate Centre enables governments, businesses and community members across the Prairies to reduce their vulnerability to climate variability and change by providing access to an innovative, stakeholder-driven hub for data, guidance, research, knowledge exchange, training and capacity building. The PCC is a collaboration of The University of Winnipeg and the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) and is housed in the Richardson College for the Environment at The University of Winnipeg. The Prairie Climate Atlas is the flagship project of the Prairie Climate Centre,

OCCIAR: The Ontario Centre for Climate Impacts and Adaptation Resources (OCCIAR) is a university-based resource hub for researchers and stakeholders searching for information on climate change impacts and adaptation. The centre communicates the latest research on climate change impacts and adaptation; liaises with partners across Canada to encourage adaptation to climate change and aids in the development of tools to assist with municipal adaptation

Ouranos: A non profit organization that develops and coordinates projects by tapping into a network of approximately 450 researchers, experts, practitioners and policy-makers from a variety of disciplines.

Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions: The institute seeks to partner with governments, the private sector, other researchers and civil society, in order to undertake research on, monitor, and assess the potential impacts of climate change and to assess, develop and promote viable mitigation and adaptation options to better inform climate change policies and actions.