Poster Sessions

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

Track 2: Showcasing Solutions

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

— Jennifer Grant, BC Parks

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

— Jessica Halofsky

Adaptation Towards Low Carbon Resiliency in Existing Buildings

— Alexis Doyle, Prism ENgineering Ltd. 

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

— Ilana Judah, BC Housing

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

— Trevor Bell, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Regional Adaptation Projects in Forested Landscapes across Canada: Lessons from a Comparative Analysis

— Kate Edwards, Natural Resources Canada


Track 3: Ecological Resilience

Examining Future Groundwater Resources for Use in Agricultural Production

— Jana Levison, University of Guelph

Green Roofs and Infrastructure: Challenges, Opportunities, and Gaps

— Malamarie Sinha, BC Housing

Nature-Based Solutions for Coastal Highway Resilience

— Susan Asam, ICF

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

— Danika van Proosdij, Saint Mary's University


Track 4: Professional Practice and Capacity-Building

Stormwater and Sewerage Collection Infrastructure Case Studies for Climate Change Adaptation

— Allyson Bingeman, GHD and Andrew Ling, Metro Vancouver

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

— Joseph Daraio, Memorial University of Newfoundland

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

— Sarah Rayfield, Environment and Climate Change Canada

Scientific Programming aimed at Reinforcing Workers’ Ability to Adapt to the Impacts of Climate Change in Quebec, Canada

— Ariane Adam-Poupart, Institut national de santé publique du Québec

An Adaptation Pathways Framework for Agricultural Communities

— Cheenar Shah, BC Ministry of Agriculture

The Overheating and Air Quality Design Guide: An Introduction

— Lisa Westerhoff, BC Housing

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

— Magdalena Szpala, BC Housing

Integrating Climate Change into Environmental Assessments: Principle and Practice

— Andy Smith, Jacobs

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

— Nicky Hastings, Natural Resources Canada

Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise (BRACE)

— Dominique Auger, Natural Resources Canada

Modelling Future Wildfire Risk in Yukon

— Joanna Eyquem, AECOM

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

— Jane Welsh, Canadian Society of Landscape Architects


Track 5: Raising Awareness and Broadening Engagement

Building Literacy on Climate Resilience in the Okanagan

— Eva Antonijevic, South Okanagan Real Estate Board

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

— Wilfred Bitternose, Wicehtowak Limnos Consulting Services Ltd. 

A Framework for Deep and Durable Results in Climate Adaptation

— Sarah Rutherford, BC Housing

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

— Kristen Marini, Chu Cho Environmental LLP

Okanagan Basin Flood and Debris Flow Risk Assessment

— Robert Larson, Ebbwater Consulting Inc.

Canada in a Changing Climate: Advancing our Knowledge for Action

— Fiona Warren, Natural Resources Canada


Track 6: Addressing Climate Change Inequities

Changing Coastal Dynamics and Adaptation in Nunavik Communities, Northern Quebec

— Antoine Boisson, Geological Survey of Canada (Atlantic)

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

— Gavin Manson, Geological Survey of Canada (Atlantic)

Track 7: Health

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

— Assim Sayed Mohammed, Bishop's University

Infectious Disease and Climate Change Program

— Morgann Reid, Public Health Agency of Canada

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

— Angie Woo, Lower Mainland Facilities Management, Fraser Health Authority

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

— Rebekka Schnitter, Health Canada

Post-Disaster Monitoring for Mental Health Impacts – A Toolbox

— Céline Campagna, Institute national de sante publique du quebec (INSPQ)

The climate change, food security, and human health nexus in Canada: A framework to protect population health

— Peter Berry, Health Canada