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CITY OF CALGARY Walden Fire Station and City Facilities Master Plan Climate Risk and Resilience Assessment

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This document reports on the Climate Risk and Resilience Assessment (the Assessment) process conducted for the Walden Fire Station and Library Project. The City of Calgary (the City) conducts CRRAs for its development projects to reduce project risks across an asset’s intended life cycle and to provide the decision-support information that fosters improved decision-making during project planning and design phases. Results from the resilience assessment are intended to identify anticipated climate change risks and recommend opportunities to reduce risks and … Lire la suite

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Climate Risk and Vulnerability Assessment (CRiVA) Saint John Postal A Station and Annex Public

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The objective of this project is to assist Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) in effectively incorporating adaptation measures to changing climate into the design, development, and management of the Saint John Postal Station “A” building and its Annex, by conducting a climate change risk and vulnerability assessment (CRiVA) using the PIEVC Protocol. The risks were estimated as a product of the likelihood of the climate indicators for the three time periods (historical, mid-century, and end of the century), and … Lire la suite

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Town of Aurora Climate Change Adaptation Plan

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A changing climate has resulted in increases in temperature and extreme weather events in southern Ontario. Physical impacts from heat waves, strong winds, and flooding have been experienced in the Town of Aurora and are projected to occur more frequently and with greater intensity. As climate change continues to shift weather patterns and norms, it is important to understand how these changes may manifest in the Town of Aurora, and what the impact to the community may be. Attachments Town … Lire la suite

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VILLAGE SQUARE LEISURE CENTRE CLIMATE RISK AND RESILIENCE ASSESSMENT

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The City of Calgary (the City) has embarked on this resilience planning process in response to the impactful climate changes being experienced by the City. This project contributes to the process by conducting a climate risk and resilience assessment (CRRA) on the Village Square Leisure Centre (the facility) in accordance with the City’s Integrated Risk Management Framework and the Public Infrastructure Climate Risk Assessment process. The Village Square Leisure Centre is located at 2623, 56th Street Northeast, Calgary, Alberta, and … Lire la suite

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NORTH MOUNT PLEASANT ARTS CENTRE CLIMATE RISK AND RESILIENCE ASSESSMENT

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The City of Calgary has embarked on a climate resilience planning process in response to the impactful climate changes being experienced by the City. This project contributes to the process by conducting a climate risk and resilience assessment (CRRA) on the North Mount Pleasant Arts Centre in accordance with the City’s Integrated Risk Management Framework and the Public Infrastructure Climate Risk Assessment process. The North Mount Pleasant Arts Centre is located at 523 27 Avenue NW, Calgary, Alberta. The original … Lire la suite

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Glenbow Museum Climate Lens CLIMATE CHANGE RESILIENCE ASSESSMENT FINAL REPORT

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The Glenbow Museum was originally constructed in 1976 and is in the Design Development Stage of a major capital project to revitalize and redesign the building exterior and interior spaces. This report provides a summary of the methodology and outcomes from the Climate Change Resilience Assessment (“the resilience assessment”) completed as a requirement for funding through Infrastructure Canada’s Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) – Community, Culture and Recreation Stream. The assessment was completed to fully satisfy requirements in the … Lire la suite

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FOREST LAWN MULTIPLEX CLIMATE CHANGE RESILIENCE ASSESSMENT

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The Forest Lawn Multiplex is proposed to replace several community services and recreation amenities distributed throughout the Forest Lawn Neighbourhood in a central location. The Forest Lawn Multiplex will improve the quality and accessibility of a wide range of community services in a diverse and traditionally underserved neighbourhood. As the project is early in the planning phase, WSP was commissioned by the City of Calgary to complete a Climate Change Resilience Assessment to consider resilience through the long-term life span … Lire la suite

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PIEVC CLIMATE RISK AND VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT

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The objective of the Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment is to assess the infrastructure components of the planned FSF that are at risk of failure or impaired service due to the impacts of climate change and extreme climate events. Building codes have traditionally been based on historical climate data for specific regions and as a result, buildings and infrastructure have been designed with specific climate loads based on historical climate data. The Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment (CCVA) was completed using the … Lire la suite

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Six Lower Mainland RP-1 Buildings Climate Change Risk Assessment

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Our review indicated that several buildings are presently experiencing issues related to overheating due to higher summer temperatures, flooding from heavy precipitation and air quality during forest fire season. Attachments Prism – PSPC – Six Buildings in Greater Vancouver – April 2021 (2 MB)

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Étude des vulnérabilités aux impacts climatiques de l’édifice situé au 330 Gare du Palais, Ville de Québec

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Dans le cadre de la Stratégie fédérale de développement durable (SFDD) 2016-2019, le gouvernement du Canada a pris l’engagement de réduire les émissions de GES de 17 % d’ici 2020 et de 40 % d’ici 2030 par rapport au niveau de référence de 2005-2006. De plus, le plan d’activités de la Direction générale des biens immobiliers de Services publics et Approvisionnement Canada (SPAC) indique comme priorité par excellence les « Opérations d’écologisation du gouvernement ». Dans ce document, les Services … Lire la suite