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Case study
A major efficiency upgrade to the local arena is underway to reduce power consumption and associated greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by up to 75 per cent. Learn how the Bridgetown Community Recreation Association and The County of Annapolis, NS, are making it happen.
  • Climate change
  • Disaster mitigation
Case study
Learn how the City of Selkirk is working to integrate climate considerations into their infrastructure decisions and asset management practices as part of MCIP’s Climate and Asset Management Network.
  • Asset management
  • Climate change
  • Disaster mitigation
Case study
Read this case study to learn about how the Town of Ajax, Ontario, identified vulnerabilities to climate impacts to help them better prepare for the future.
  • Climate change
Case study
The City of Charlottetown, PE, has demonstrated a lasting commitment to reducing its GHG emissions and recently completed its corporate GHG inventory for 2013-2016. Learn more about the steps they are taking to lower emissions.
  • Climate change
  • Disaster mitigation
Case study
After major drought events occurred in two rural towns in the Pembina Valley, Manitoba in 2017, the Pembina Valley Water Cooperative put MCIP funding into action to create a plan to adapt to climate change and mitigate the impacts of climate change events.
  • Climate change
  • Disaster mitigation
Report
This new polling, conducted by Abacus Data and commissioned by FCM, reveals that 61% of Canadians feel their municipal government best understood the challenges facing their communities.
  • Rural communities
  • Big City Mayors' Caucus
  • Budget
  • Infrastructure
Tool
Is your community taking action to adapt to the impacts of climate change? Evaluate your actions and track your progress with our free assessment tool.
  • Climate change
Tool
Evaluate your municipality's emissions reduction actions using our free assessment tool and use it to track your progress toward improvements over time.
  • Climate change
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