NETWORKING MAP

A resilient Atlantic Canada: empowering climate change adaptation through connected networks.

Use this map to find and connect with individuals and organizations working on climate adaptation.

Explore the Networking Map, a platform fostering collaborations and knowledge sharing among individuals and organizations dedicated to adapting to climate change in Atlantic Canada. Join a growing network of community members driving action for a resilient future across the region.

How to use this map:

Click on Filter to search and filter by Keyword, Location, or Sector.

Click on Display list view to view and search for information.

Zoom in on the map to clearly showcase the extent of map pins. In highly populated areas it is common for map pins to be located in very close proximity to one another as some individuals and organizations may be neighbours or work out of the same building.

Click a pin on the map for information about the individual or organization that the pin represents.

 

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Name Location Sector Keywords
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Keywords

Adaptation Planning
Agriculture & Food Security
Changes in Temperature
Changes in Wind Regime
Changes to Habitats & Species
Changes to Water Temperature
Climate Data, Projections, & Modeling
Education & Training
Erosion
Extreme Heat
Fisheries Management
Flood Protection & Planning
Forest Management
Freeze-Thaw Processes
Health Impacts
Hurricanes & Tropical Storms
Ice Storms
Infrastructure Asset Management
Inland Flooding
Invasive Species & Pests
Nature-Based Solutions
Ocean & Marine
Permafrost Thaw & Degradation
Protected Areas, Species Management & Planning
Relocation & Managed Retreat
Research & Knowledge Generation
Saltwater Intrusion
Sea Ice Melt
Sea Level Rise & Storm Surge
Snowpack
Vulnerability Assessment
Water Availability & Drought
Water Management & Planning
Water Quality
Wildfires

Locations

Canada
Atlantic Canada
Maritimes
Nova Scotia
New Brunswick
Prince Edward Island
Newfoundland and Labrador
Local
Other

Sectors

Federal Government
Provincial Government
Municipal Government
Indigenous Community / Organization
Academia / Research
Business / Industry
NGO
Individual

Language

English
French

Join the climate adaptation network!

Show yourself or your organization on the map so that people across Atlantic Canada can learn about the work you are doing and be able to connect with you to strengthen climate adaptation across Atlantic Canada.

Add your pin by completing this form.


Enter a general contact email address you'd like to appear on the map. One address only.
An optional website link that will appear on the map for your entry.
Enter a phone number if you'd like one displayed on the map.
If you represent more than one sector and would like to showcase them separately on the map, you may submit another form. The sector you choose will be one way people can search you on the map.
The keywords you choose will be one way people can search for you on the map.
Please provide a few sentences that describe the work you do. Max. 2,000 characters.
Local refers to an area smaller than a province. Ex. municipality, county, town, etc. The location you choose will be one way people can search for you on the map.
Please enter the first three digits of your postal code. This will be used to place your pin on the map. Please enter the main address for your orginization.
An optional Instagram link that will appear on the map for your entry.
An optional Threads link that will appear on the map for your entry.
An optional LinkedIn link that will appear on the map for your entry.
If you have questions or would like assistance with the form, please contact communications@climatlantic.ca.
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Thank you!

Thank you for your submission. Your pin will appear on the map once it has been reviewed and translated. Do you represent more than one sector or organization working in climate adaptation? Submit another form here.

If you have questions or would like assistance with the form, please contact communications@climatlantic.ca

In the future, if you need to make changes to your information or if you want to delete your pin, please contact communications@climatlantic.ca with these requests.