The Town of Bruderheim retained two dedicated staff for the Resilient Rurals partnership to advance climate adaptation and emergency preparedness in the Towns of Bruderheim, Lamont, and Gibbons and across rural Alberta.
No community and no project is too big or too small to make a change.
Over 25% of Alberta’s municipalities have participated in our programs. These municipalities have applied for funding to implement energy-saving initiatives and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in their communities—and you can too! Learn more about how each project has saved municipalities money, saved energy, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, and more.
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Bigstone Cree Nation formed a Climate Change Committee and engaged with community members to better understand how extreme climate events have impacted the community in the past and to identify adaptation measures to current climate impacts.
The Town and MD of Pincher Creek completed a project to assess shared climate risks and develop an action plan to adapt to the region’s changing climate.
Through community mapping exercises and knowledge sharing circles with Elders, hunters, and knowledge holders, this project documented observations and experiences of climate impacts to lands, waters, and ways of life in Saddle Lake Cree Nation.
The Summer Village of Bondiss conducted a community survey and climate risk assessment to determine the climate impacts to their community and to nearby Skeleton Lake.
Through research of best practices, community engagement, and input from staff and stakeholders, the Town of Canmore developed Emergency Response Plans for Extreme Heat and Wildfire Smoke.
This Climate Risk and Resilience Assessment evaluated the climate risks to infrastructure, people, and the natural environment in Elizabeth Métis Settlement.
This study assessed the climate risks of regional and flash flooding to stormwater infrastructure within the Malloy Drainage Basin.
This report summarizes and evaluates the effectiveness of 16 adaptation and resilience actions for local governments across the built environment, natural environment, and socio-economic systems.
This assessment identified and evaluated potential climate impacts to City of Camrose infrastructure, staff and emergency services and on the local community.