recreational lands and nature based structures

GOVERNMENT OF NORTHWEST TERRITORIES ASSESSMENT OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON INFRASTRUCTURE IN ALL NWT COMMUNITIES

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The Government of NWT engaged WSP Canada to conduct a high level climate change vulnerability assessment using the Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Protocol. The vulnerability assessment included every type of municipal infrastructure within the boundaries of the 33 communities of NWT (over 1900 interactions), including civil, parks and facilities, buildings, fuel storage and power facilities. In addition to the application of the Protocol, WSP provided risk maps for every community to illustrate the spatial extent of hazards and … Read more

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recreational lands and nature based structures

PIEVC Assessment of Three City Parks – City of Mississauga

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The City of Mississauga (i.e., “the City”) has over 480 parks within its boundaries, ranging from small neighbourhood green spaces to large, multi-hectare parks containing numerous recreational facilities capable of hosting events numbering in the thousands of attendees. To better understand the potential current and future vulnerabilities of Mississauga’s city parks to impacts from severe weather and climate change, a climate change risk assessment was conducted focusing on three Mississauga parks designated by the City for assessment in this project … Read more