The Province of British Columbia is looking for feedback on its draft proposal for Climate Preparedness and Adaptation Strategy.
The strategy builds on the substantial work already underway in B.C. to prepare for climate change,
lower long-term costs of impacts and help keep our communities safe. It draws on the 2019 Preliminary
Strategic Climate Risk Assessment, which examined some of the greatest risks to B.C. as a result of
climate change. And it outlines actions needed to prepare for these risks.
PATHWAYS AND ACTIONS
The strategy highlights actions the Province is taking in 2021-22 and presents a suite of proposed
actions for 2022-25. These actions fall under four key pathways:
SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS
The public is invited to provide input on the proposed actions for 2022-25 and draft guiding
principles. The comment period will be open until August 12, 2021. Input will be used to inform
the next phase of the strategy, which is expected to be released in 2022.
Learn more at: engage.gov.bc.ca/climatereadybc
Email your comments to: ClimateReadyBC@gov.bc.ca
- Strengthen foundations for success, including expanding data, monitoring, education
- Enhance community climate resilience;
- Foster resilience of species and ecosystems in a changing climate; and
- Advance a climate-ready economy and infrastructure.