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Climate Change and the Built Environment
http://www.campbellriver.ca/docs/default-source/planning-building-development/climate-change-and-the-built-environment.pdf?sfvrsn=67656508_0
Climate Change and the Built Environment, ? Sensitivity? There’s a lot of uncertainty 1. How will the climate change? 2. When will the changes,  Climate Change and the Built Environment Jody Rechenmacher, P.Eng., Urban Systems November 27, climate change will impact these assets, and what the vulnerabilities and risks are? 4. Who has, for service delivery Changing climate means changes in service delivery. SERVICE RISK COST Planning, . The sooner we begin planning for climate change, the more opportunities we have to make
Campbell River gets national recognition for bold climate change combat efforts
http://www.campbellriver.ca/your-city-hall/news/news-detail/2018/02/05/campbell-river-gets-national-recognition-for-bold-climate-change-combat-efforts
Campbell River gets national recognition for bold climate change combat efforts, The City of Campbell River has been honoured by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities for efforts to tackle climate change. Full Story
Anticipated climate change and sea level rise could affect future City projects
http://www.campbellriver.ca/your-city-hall/news/news-detail/2016/12/01/anticipated-climate-change-and-sea-level-rise-could-affect-future-city-projects
Anticipated climate change and sea level rise could affect future City projects, The anticipated effects of climate change and sea level rise are triggering a review of some shoreline projects and long-term infrastructure replacement planning in Campbell River. Full Story
Thinking Beyond Silos - Climate Change Adaptation & Community Health, Well-Being & Resilience
http://www.campbellriver.ca/docs/default-source/planning-building-development/thinking-beyond-silos---climate-change-adaptation-community-health-well-being-resilience.pdf?sfvrsn=1656508_0
Thinking Beyond Silos - Climate Change Adaptation & Community Health, Well-Being & Resilience,  November 27, 2018 Kerri Klein, SHIFT Collaborative Thinking Beyond Silos Climate Change Adaptation & Community Health, Well- Being and Resilience CLIMATE CHANGE & HEALTH Health and well-being is the human face of climate change. "For public health, climate change is the defining, from climate change include: Rising temperatures; Extreme weather events; and Sea level rise, of domestic violence cases. (100 Mile Free Press) CLIMATE CHANGE & EQUITY Climate change exacerbates
Anticipated climate change and sea level rise affecting future City projects Dec-16
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Anticipated climate change and sea level rise affecting future City projects Dec-16, and information, Please visit our website at www.campbellriver.ca December 1, 2016 Anticipated climate change and sea level rise could affect future City projects The anticipated effects of climate change, the waterfront. Page 3 of 3 How is Campbell River approaching climate change? Campbell River is in the early, tools to help reduce carbon emissions – the greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change, I find more information? www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/environment/climate-change/policy.../sea-level
Anticipated climate change and sea level rise affecting future City projects Dec-16
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Anticipated climate change and sea level rise affecting future City projects Dec-16, and information, Please visit our website at www.campbellriver.ca December 1, 2016 Anticipated climate change and sea level rise could affect future City projects The anticipated effects of climate change, the waterfront. Page 3 of 3 How is Campbell River approaching climate change? Campbell River is in the early, tools to help reduce carbon emissions – the greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change, I find more information? www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/environment/climate-change/policy.../sea-level
Anticipated climate change and sea level rise affecting future City projects Dec-16
http://www.campbellriver.ca/docs/default-source/planning-building-development/anticipated-climate-change-and-sea-level-rise-affecting-future-city-projects-dec-16.docx?sfvrsn=5c1d6408_0
Anticipated climate change and sea level rise affecting future City projects Dec-16, December 1, 2016 Anticipated climate change and sea level rise could affect future City projects The anticipated effects of climate change and sea level rise are triggering a review of some, the waterfront. How is Campbell River approaching climate change? Campbell River, that provides tools to help reduce carbon emissions – the greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change, find more information? www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/environment/climate-change/policy.../sea-level-rise
Climate Change Impact Statements
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Climate Change Impact Statements,  Impact statements are intended to capture: - A climatic threat/change (e.g. rising temperatures) - The outcome of the climatic change (e.g. extreme heat event) - The potential consequences associated with this outcome (e.g. heat stress) Built Systems – Potential Impacts 1. Potential for more extreme rainfall events to increase turbidity in watershed, affecting water quality and requiring, First Nations cultural traditions due to possible species loss and change. 3. Potential for rising
Campbell River recognized for climate action – local initiatives respond to global concern
http://www.campbellriver.ca/your-city-hall/news/news-detail/2019/11/05/campbell-river-recognized-for-climate-action-local-initiatives-respond-to-global-concern
Campbell River recognized for climate action – local initiatives respond to global concern, Campbell River is among six British Columbia communities recognized for climate action leadership and continued efforts to plan for anticipated climate change. Full Story
City to host open house on planning for future sea level rise
http://www.campbellriver.ca/your-city-hall/news/news-detail/2018/11/22/city-to-host-open-house-on-planning-for-future-sea-level-rise
Interested in the City’s work to help Campbell River adapt to climate change and rising seas? The City of Campbell River invites community members to learn about future effects of sea level rise and potential anticipated changes to our shorelines by attending a workshop at the end of this month. Full Story

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