Building Bridges for Climate Action: Engagement Strategies for Millennials
This report aims to assist the David Suzuki Foundation and the broader environmental advocacy community in understanding how Millennials engage with climate change in order to help determine what frames, content and engagement projects resonate.
COVID-19 Short and Mid-Term Economic Recovery Package Recommendations to Boost Employment While Accelerating Ecological Transition
This economic crisis presents a unique opportunity to reorient our economy toward a low carbon, resilient future. We don't have to choose between recovery and the environment. We can get both faster by making smart decisions now.
Municipal Natural Assets Initiative — Cohort 2 National Project Summary Report: City of Courtenay, British Columbia
This project summary shows how natural infrastructure can help local governments and communities reduce flood risks. Communities like the City of Courtenay recognize it is as important to understand, measure, manage and account for natural assets as engineered ones.
Municipal Natural Assets Initiative — Cohort 2 National Project Summary Report: Florenceville-Bristol, New Brunswick
With increasingly frequent and intense rainstorms along the Saint John River causing major flooding and other issues, the Town of Florenceville-Bristol explored how natural assets such as forests could help manage stormwater, erosion and flooding at lower cost and increase resilience to climate change.
Municipal Natural Assets Initiative — Cohort 2 National Project Summary Report: Oshawa Creek, Ontario
The project measured how the natural assets in the city of Oshawa, Ontario, are currently reducing erosion and maintaining water quantity and quality, and identified opportunities to improve both through management and development practices.
Municipal Natural Assets Initiative — Cohort 2 National Project Summary Report: Riverview, New Brunswick
The Town of Riverview, N.B., valued stormwater management services of wetlands in hopes of avoiding building new infrastructure. The wetlands and surrounding areas provide valuable storage. If it is lost, increasingly costly stormwater designs will be needed.
Municipal Natural Assets Initiative — Cohort 2 National Project Summary Report: Sparwood, British Columbia
The District of Sparwood found ways to improve water quality in the Elk River through management of natural assets in a community concerned about the large stormwater flows that regularly dump sediment and other urban runoff into the river.
Municipal Natural Assets Initiative — Cohort 2 National Project Summary Report: Village of Riverside, New Brunswick
The Village of Riverside-Albert partnered with the Southeast Regional Service Commission (SERSC) to increase understanding of natural assets in the community and to learn how to manage them for a sustainable drinking water supply.