Climate and Asset Management Network
Call for applications is closed
FCM's Climate and Asset Management Network provides a combination of peer-learning opportunities, grant funding and training to help Canadian municipalities better integrate climate change and sustainability goals into decision-making about infrastructure assets and services, such as roads, buildings, drinking water and sanitation.
The goal is to ensure cities and communities of all sizes can provide the best environmental, economic and social value for Canadians over the long term. The Climate and Asset Management Network is offered through FCM's new Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program and funded by the Government of Canada.
Access grant funding and learn from your peers
This initiative is designed for municipalities that are taking an active role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and adapting to the realities of climate change, and also want to integrate climate change goals into their asset management planning.
- Access funding of up to $175,000 to support eligible asset management initiatives.
- Collaborate closely with a group of 10 to 15 municipalities from across Canada.
- Be connected to a national network of professionals and asset management resources.
The Climate and Asset Management Network is adapted from FCM's Leadership in Asset Management Program, offered from 2015 to 2017, and has similar features and goals.
More asset management funding and training options
FCM's Municipal Asset Management Program also offers Canadian municipalities other funding and training opportunities related to asset management and infrastructure planning. Learn more.
Events and resources
Watch our webinar recording to learn more (Tuesday, March 7, 2017)Watch our webinar recording to learn about the benefits of FCM's Climate and Asset Management Network. How can you integrate climate considerations into asset management?
Is your municipality struggling to plan for growth, the effects of climate change and infrastructure updates? Watch this video to see how asset management planning can help.
We've gathered resources to explain infrastructure planning and asset management, and listed sources of funding, training, conferences and more. Take a look!