Resources

Water on Land: Sustainable Stormwater Management Guide

What is stormwater management and why is it important? What techniques can be utilized for stormwater management? Bio-retention systems, educational resources, funding opportunities and more, this comprehensive publication received the 2013 CSLA National Citation Award of Excellence. Learn more...

The Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change

The pan-Canadian framework on clean growth and climate change is our plan – developed with the provinces and territories and in consultation with Indigenous peoples – to meet our emissions reduction target and grow the economy. Our plan includes a pan-Canadian approach to pricing carbon pollution, and measures to achieve reductions across all sectors of the economy. It also aims to drive innovation and growth – increase technology development and adoption to ensure Canadian businesses are competitive in the global low-carbon economy. Learn more...

Prairie Climate Atlas

Learn how the climate of the Canadian Prairie provinces is going to change in the coming decades. This interactive website includes climate data, geovisualizations and multimedia. Learn more...

CSLA Member Practice Assessment on Mitigation and Adpatation to a Changing Climate

Summary Report on Findings - The CSLA is committed to providing assistance to its members, and to other professions, levels of government and Canadian business and communities, to enhance their understanding of the contributing factors that have created planetary climate change, to promote opportunities to mitigate ongoing contributions that will accelerate deterioration in global climates, and to advance instruments and tools that will assist in preparatory and adaptive planning for environmental change. As such, in the summer of 2015, the CSLA notified Members that a Survey Monkey tool had been developed in both official languages to assess their interest, knowledge level, and needs related to planning and design for adaptation to climate change.  Members were informed that participation in the survey was voluntary and that personal information, and information that could identify respondents had been deliberately excluded.  Read the summary of findings...

Survey of Canadian Federal, Provincial, Territorial Climate Change Legal Provisions

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