We are offering the following webinars to share information on B.C.’s draft Climate Preparedness and Adaptation Strategy and answer your questions.
The draft strategy strengthens our capacity to anticipate and respond to impacts from climate change. These include sudden events like wildfires, floods and heatwaves, as well as changes that happen more slowly like loss of habitat, changes in growing seasons and rising sea levels.
This first phase of the strategy highlights actions the Province is taking in the coming year and presents a suite of proposed actions for 2022-25, which are open for public comment until August 12, 2021.
Actions fall under four key pathways that work to strengthen our foundations, enhance community climate resilience, foster resilience of species and ecosystems, and advance a climate-ready economy and infrastructure. A set of six draft principles have helped guide the choice of actions in the strategy and will continue to inform work by the B.C. government going forward.
If you would like to learn more, please register for an upcoming webinar here Working Together for Climate Ready BC Tickets, Multiple Dates | Eventbrite
You can also visit www.gov.bc.ca/BC-Adapts