RRU takes the reins for climate resiliency project

March 8, 2019

Royal Roads University is leading a $2M, multi-partner project that aims to address the current and future challenges of climate change. Funded by Natural Resources Canada’s Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise program, the project supports training activities to help organizations, professionals, businesses and communities adapt and accelerate their climate resilience. “Professional organizations in BC have made it clear they are committed to ongoing efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while also building the necessary capacity to effectively adapt to the unavoidable risks posed by the changing climate. This project will discover where specific knowledge and skills gaps exist, and design practical training to help professionals meet these challenges and increase regional adaptation uptake and capacity,” said project Lead Robin Cox. RRU (BC)