Poster Sessions

There will be fascinating poster sessions for you to explore at Adaptation Canada 2020. Take a look!

Check back for updates and an introduction to our poster presenters.

Track 2: Showcasing Solutions

BC Parks Living Lab for Climate Change and Conservation: Understanding Climate Implications to Inform Protected Area Management


 Implementing Climate Change Adaptation Actions on Western U.S. National Forests


 Adaptation Towards Low Carbon Resiliency in Existing Buildings


 Adaptive Mitigation: A framework for assessing synergies, conflicts, opportunities and trade-offs between climate mitigation and adaptation in urban neighborhoods.


Implementation of Managed Realignment and Salt Marsh Restoration to Enhance Resilience of Dykeland Communities to Climate Change Impacts in the Bay of Fundy, Canada


Mapping Slush and Sea Ice for Spring Travel Safety in Inuit Nunangat

Track 3: Ecological Resilience

Examining Future Groundwater Resources for Use in Agricultural Production


 Green Roofs and Infrastructure: Challenges, Opportunities, and Gaps


 Nature-Based Solutions for Coastal Highway Resilience


Implementation of Managed Realignment and Salt Marsh Restoration to Enhance Resilience of Dykeland Communities to Climate Change Impacts in the Bay of Fundy, Canada

Track 4: Professional Practice and Capacity-Building

Stormwater and Sewerage Collection Infrastructure Case Studies for Climate Change Adaptation


 Incorporating Climate Change into Infrastructure Design under Uncertainty in Water Resources Engineering


 The Canadian Centre for Climate Services: the authoritative source for relevant, useful and timely climate data and information


 Programmation scientifique visant le renforcement des capacités en matière d’adaptation des travailleurs aux impacts des changements climatiques au Québec (Canada)


 An Adaptation Pathways Framework for Agricultural Communities


 The Overheating and Air Quality Design Guide: An Introduction


Mobilizing Building Adaptation and Resilience (MBAR) Training and Capacity Building for the Construction Sector


Integrating Climate Change into Environmental Assessments: Principle and Practice


Ecosystem-based approaches to community planning and design. How Canadian landscape architects are facilitating local and global collaboration towards climate action.


Coastal Flood Mitigation Canada: Promoting Evidence-based Approaches to Coastal Flood Risk Reduction


Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise (BRACE)

Track 5: Raising Awareness and Broadening Engagement

Building Literacy on Climate Resilience in the Okanagan


The George Gordon Climate Observatory - An inter-generational perspective on climate change and climate change adaptation


A Framework for Deep and Durable Results in Climate Adaptation


Integrating Traditional Knowledge and Western Science Data for Community-Based Climate Monitoring


Okanagan Basin Flood and Debris Flow Risk Assessment

Track 6: Addressing Climate Change Inequities

Changing Coastal Dynamics and Adaptation in Nunavik Communities, Northern Quebec


 CanCoast 2.0: Data and indices describing the sensitivity of Canada's marine coasts to changing climate

Track 7: Health

Climate-Resilient Rural Health Systems: Adaptation Selection and Evaluation for Building Resilience


Assessing Adaptive Capacity to Urban Heat Waves in Fast-Growing, Mid-sized Cities: Insights from Ontario's Experience


Infectious Disease and Climate Change Program


Measure What You Manage: Climate Impacts and Resilience on Health Facilities


Mental Health Adaptation in Canada


Health of Canadians in a Changing Climate: Advancing our Knowledge for Action

Track 8: Youth

Youth Stories of Climate Impacts, Adaptation and Resilience