Adaptation Resource Pathways (ARPs)

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Adaptation Resources Pathways (ARPs)

Below you will find a series of Climate Change Adaptation Resource Pathways (ARPs) designed to help practitioners traverse the vast array of information available on climate change adaptation. The ARPs contain 5 steps—Explore, Learn, Network, Act and Reflect—each providing an expert reviewed curated list of resources and tools to help you navigate along your adaptation journey. The ARPs focus on the following topics:

  1. Natural and Nature-based Solutions – a foundational resource for all practitioners working with nature to build climate resilience.
  2. Land Use, Urban and Regional Planning – primarily for municipal planners and planning professionals.
  3. Engineering and Built Infrastructure – predominately for engineers involved in built infrastructure.
  4. Climate Change Adaptation 101 – an overview of adaptation broadly geared towards all climate change practitioners.

The ARPs are evergreen documents with periodic updates planned. If you have additional resources that can be considered for version 2.0, please contact: adaptation@nrcan-rncan.gc.ca

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Download the ARPs and open the PDFs on your computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader in order for the interactive features to function.

Adaptation Resource Pathways (ARPs)

NBS.pngClimate Change Adaptation Resource Pathway (ARP): Natural and Nature-based Solutions (10.5MB, direct download)

Developed by the New Brunswick Environmental Network (NBEN) in collaboration with the Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Division (CCIAD) at NRCan

The Climate Change Adaptation Resource Pathway (ARP) for Natural and Nature-based Solutions is an interactive-PDF tool designed to help adaptation practitioners at all levels traverse the vast array of information available on natural and nature‑based climate change adaptation solutions. Peruse key terms, FAQs, training opportunities, networks and a selection of key resources and tools.

Climate Change Adaptation Resource Pathway (ARP): Land Use, Urban and Regional Planning

Developed by the Climate Risk Institute (CRI) in collaboration with the Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Division (CCIAD) at NRCan

The Climate Change Adaptation Resource Pathway (ARP) for Land Use, Urban and Regional Planning is an interactive-PDF tool designed to help adaptation practitioners at all levels traverse the vast array of information available on land use, regional and urban planning based climate change adaptation solutions. Peruse key terms, FAQs, training opportunities, networks and a selection of key resources and tools.

COMING SOON! Climate Change Adaptation Resource Pathway (ARP): Engineering and Built Infrastructure

Developed by the Université de Moncton in collaboration with the Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Division (CCIAD) at NRCan

The Climate Change Adaptation Resource Pathway (ARP) for Land Use, Urban and Regional Planning is an interactive-PDF tool designed to help adaptation practitioners at all levels traverse the vast array of information available on engineering and built infrastructure. Peruse key terms, FAQs, training opportunities, networks and a selection of key resources and tools.

COMING SOON! Climate Change Adaptation Resource Pathway (ARP)

Developed by the Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Division (CCIAD) at NRCan

The Climate Change Adaptation Resource Pathway (ARP) is an interactive-PDF tool designed to help adaptation practitioners at all levels traverse the vast array of information available on climate change adaptation. Learn about the steps in the adaptation cycle and peruse key terms, FAQs, training opportunities, networks and a selection of key resources and tools.

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Special Note on Terminology

The "Adaptation Resource Pathways" presented here are different from the concept of an “Adaptation Pathways” approach to decision-making. Learn more about "Adaptation Pathways" through Australia's CoastAdapt.

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