Help your community adapt to climate change. Improve your infrastructure’s resiliency with help from programs, tools, and training.
Are you looking for opportunities to reduce your municipality’s GHG emissions? Find programs, training and resources that can assist your community in tackling GHG emissions.
Learn about programs and resources that can help your municipality integrate climate considerations into your asset management practices.
Is your community taking action to adapt to the impacts of climate change? Evaluate your actions and track your progress with our free assessment tool.
Evaluate your municipality's emissions reduction actions using our free assessment tool and use it to track your progress toward improvements over time.
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Watch our video series to develop a core understanding of climate action in Canadian municipalities. You’ll also discover climate approaches and resources that can help your community reduce greenhouse gases and adapt to climate impacts.
Watch this video series to learn how municipalities across Canada are making climate action a part of their municipal asset management practices and decision-making.
Case study: Improving the energy efficiency of the Bridgetown & District Memorial Arena in the County of Annapolis, Nova Scotia
Case study: Climate change adaptation, drought, and disaster management in Manitoba’s Pembina Valley
Does your municipality need free, expert advice and support to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions? FCM now offers free services and training from environmental experts, known as FCM’s regional climate advisors, for municipalities that are members of the FCM-ICLEI Partners for Climate Protection (PCP) program. Funding for this initiative is delivered by FCM’s Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program and provided by the Government of Canada.
The Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program is a five-year $75-million program, delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada.