This step-by-step guide will help you from your first day through your first year in your role as a municipal employee working on climate change.
This guide helps municipal staff talk to decision-makers and elected officials about adapting to the local impacts of climate change.
This web page explains how climate action and asset management can fit together for municipalities. Resources include a video, fact sheets and a guide.
This series helps municipalities to integrate climate considerations into their governance activities and daily operations, identify climate change impacts that may affect their service delivery plans, and incorporate climate data and key considerations into community planning.
Learn how Montréal, Quebec developed its first water square. See how the community plans to sustainably manage rainwater and improve citizen quality of life.
Learn how the City of Vancouver consulted its most vulnerable residents to incorporate their needs and experiences into climate adaptation initiatives.
Read our case study series to discover how communities across Canada are using data to inform local climate adaptation planning.
Read the briefing notes to learn more about the impact of local climate innovations supported by MCIP.
The Municipalities for Climate Innovations Program was a six-year, $75 million program funded by Infrastructure Canada and delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM). We provided grants, training and information to help Canadian municipalities take action to reduce GHG emissions and adapt to the impacts of climate change.