A collection of publicly accessible and searchable climate adaptation documents, tools, and products.

Connect with information related to climate change adaptation relevant to Atlantic Canada.

Welcome to the Adaptation Library, a collection of publicly available tools and resources relevant to climate change adaptation in Atlantic Canada.

Navigate and select from hundreds of reports, videos, infographics and more on climate adaptation in Atlantic Canada, based on your interests, target audience, preferred medium, and other filters. 

(To ensure accuracy and inclusivity, resources are regularly reviewed and updated by the CLIMAtlantic team. Fill out this form to submit a resource.)

How to search and access the Adaptation Library

  • Search bar: enter keywords to narrow your search
    The search bar considers words from resource titles, descriptions, authors, climate change impacts, and focus areas
  • Clear search: return to the full list of resources
  • Filter: select multiple categories under filters (selections will appear in blue bubbles below the drop down menus)
  • Clear filter: click on the blue bubble to remove a specific selection/filter

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How does the Search bar function?
    You are able to use the Search bar function of the library to help you narrow your search. The search bar will pick up words from resource titles, descriptions, focus areas, climate changes and impacts.

    I think a resource is missing. How do I upload a resource?
    You are able to submit a resource to the library by filling out the resource submission form.

    How do I access a resource?
    You can access a resource by selecting it in the list. This will take you to a page with additional information about the resource and an option to “Open resource in a new tab”. Select this option to open the resource in a new tab.

    How do I save a resource onto my computer?
    You are able resources that are PDFS save onto your computer. You can do this by viewing a resource and clicking “Open resource in a new tab”. The resource will appear in a new tab in your browser where there should be a download function. If you are looking to save a website you can bookmark the tab on your browser.

    Is a resource missing? Fill out this form to let us know.


    The content of Atlantic Canada Adaptation Library is for information purposes only and does not constitute advice. CLIMAtlantic accepts no responsibility for and excludes all liability in connection with browsing these resources, use of information or downloading any materials from it, including but not limited to any liability for errors, inaccuracies, omissions, or misleading or defamatory statements. The information in these resources might include opinions or views which, unless expressly stated otherwise, are not necessarily those of CLIMAtlantic or any person in relation to whom they would have any liability or responsibility. Inclusion of a product on this Website does not constitute an endorsement of its content or recommendations by Natural Resources Canada.

    Atlantic Canada Adaptation Library was created in collaboration with ICLEI Canada, and is based on the original Adaptation Library (

    Please contact CLIMAtlantic at for any questions.

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