Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program
Climate change grants, training and more for Canadian municipalitiesExtreme storms, hotter summers, colder winters, rising sea levels, flooding and drought. These are just some examples of the new reality of climate change for Canadian cities and communities of all sizes.
FCM's Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program provides funding, training and resources to help municipalities adapt to the impacts of climate change and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Learn about the program.
Grants, training and resources for Canadian municipalities
Apply today for grants of up to $175,000 for climate change plans and studies for Canadian municipalities of all sizes. Apply by January 2020.
Grants of up to $1 million are now available for climate change capital projects to help reduce GHG emissions and adapt to climate change impacts. Apply by January 2020.
Climate change staff grants
Grant funding to supplement salaries for new and existing municipal staff to implement climate change programs and projects. Available in fall 2017.
Watch the recordings of our recent webinar series on FCM grants and loans for climate change and sustainability initiatives, including plans, studies and capital projects.
Members of the Partners for Climate Protection program can now access free advice, training and services from regional climate advisors located across Canada. Contact your advisor or join PCP today.
A combination of training and grant funding for a collaborative network of municipalities committed to reducing GHG emissions by 80 per cent by 2050. Available in winte 2017.
Climate change resources for municipalities
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The Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program is a new five-year, $75-million program designed to encourage Canadian municipalities to better prepare for and adapt to the new realities of climate change as well as reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The program is delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada.
Page Updated: 17/10/2017