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Training/Formation Adapting Your Infrastructure To Climate Change

Adapting Your Infrastructure To Climate Change

Helps municipalities and their service providers learn how to assess and address climate change implications on infrastructure services.

Adapting Your Infrastructure To Climate Change

Who Should Attend?

  • Those reponsible for/involved in impact assessment, risk evaluation and response planning in support of climate change adaptation of infrastructure: Municipal staff, Elected officials and Professional service providers
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CANCELLATION/SUBSTITUTION AND TRANSFER POLICIES

Cancellation requests received more than 14 calendar days before start date of the event will receive a full refund less a $100 administration fee. Cancellation requests received within the 14 calendar days prior to the event start date will be non-refundable.

Substitution of event attendee will be permitted at any time prior to the start date. Participant substitutions are permitted at any time prior to the start of the event. Please ensure that the substitute has met any prerequisite requirements.

Payment must be received in full before the event. CSA reserves the right to cancel any event and will, in such case, fully refund all registration fees. No liability is assumed by the organizers for changes in conference dates, content, speakers or venue.

Online Training

Learning Objectives

  • Understand key concepts/principles associated with climate change
  • Identify how climate change may impact infrastructure at the local level
  • Existing resources available to infrastructure practitioners addressing climate change adaptation challenges
  • Application of select resources using practical examples/case studies to address such hazards as flooding, sea-level rise, drought, perma-frost warming/thawing, and wind storms

Course Overview

Municipalities provide citizens with a range of essential services, many relying to varying degrees on built infrastructure. The reliability, function and durability of built infrastructure is increasingly affected by changing climate. Municipalities, and those that provide sevices to them, must become familiar with the resources available to help assess and address climate change implications on infrastructure services within a given region. This course provides a roadmap of available tools and techniques that support vulnerability assessment, risk evaluation and response planning.

Time to Course Completion

  • Approximately 8 hours to complete all aspects of the course and review all resources.

Registration Includes

  • 60 day Online Access
  • Resource Kit including industry references on various climate change hazards and working templates for a risk assessment framework

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GST REG No R119441681
QST REG No R1006017360