Under the umbrella of the Climate Change Adaptation Collaborative, the New Brunswick Environmental Network is proud to organize a series of regional workshops and provincial conferences that addresses the subject. During each workshop, different speakers working in various sectors are able to share with participants in regards to innovative tools, sustainable projects and examples of successful collaborations.  All conference and workshop reports and presentations are available in the Climate Change Adaptatation Collaborative Documents.

 


Provincial Conferences

Virtual Conferences

  • Breaking the Silos: Advancing Climate Change Adaptation from and Agricultural Lens
    • 3 & 4 November 2021
      • Video Recordings to come soon


Conferences

  • Protect, Accommodate, Retreat? Adapting to a changing climate in New Brunswick
  • Ready for Action: Adapting to a changing climate
  • Climate Change: Opening Doors
  • Advancing Climate Change Adaptation in NB: Innovative Practices & Opportunities
  • Climate Change Adaptation: A workshop for NB's ENGOs
  • Responding to Climate Risk: Working across all sectors to advance adaptation in NB



Regional Workshops

  • Flooding and your Community: Planning for the Risks
    • Saint John, 17 October 2019
    • No Report Available
  • Climate Change Adaptation in the Northwest
  • A Wave of Collaboration to Explore: Adapting to Climate Change in the Northwest
  • Water, Land and Communities: Adapting to Climate Change along the St. John River
  • Climate Impacts: Challenges, Lessons and Collaboration in the Acadian Peninsula
  • Reducing Risk: A Workshop to Initiatite Collaboration on a Climate Adaptation Strategy Among All Sectors



Collaborative Workshops

Virtual Workshop

  • Green Infrastructure Approaches for Stormwater Management - Case Studies from Municipalities and Homeowners


Workshops

  • Learning Day: Natural and Nature-Based Climate Adaptation
  • Natural Infrastructure Learning Day: Inland Flooding and Erosion



Webinars


Webinar Series: Funding Climate Adaptation

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