Community impacts - Reference list

    Community impacts – Reference list

    1) Federation of Canadian Municipalities. Partners for Climate Protection. https://www.fcm.ca/home/programs/partners-for-climate-protection.htm

    Rural communities – reference list

    1) Natural Resources Canada. (NA). The winds of change: Climate change in prairie provinces. Downloaded from http://adaptation.nrcan.gc.ca/posters/pr/pr_10_e.php

    2) Canadian Climate Impacts and Adaptation Research Network (C-CIARN). Downloaded from http://www.c-ciarn.ca/primer/page4_e.html

    3) World Heritage Centre. (2006). Predicting and managing the effects of climate change on world heritage. Downloaded from http://whc.unesco.org/uploads/news/documents/news-262-1.doc

    4) Ligeti, E., Penney, J. and Wieditz, I. (2007). Cities preparing for climate change. Prepared for the Clean Air Partnerships. Downloaded from http://www.cleanairpartnership.org/pdf/cities_climate_change.pdf

    5) CEA Insurers of Europe. (2007). Reducing the social and economic impact of climate change and natural catastrophes. Downloaded from http://www.cea.eu

    6) Infrastructure Canada. (2006). Adapting infrastructure to climate change in Canada’s cities and communities. Downloaded from http://www.infrastructure.gc.ca/research-recherche/results-resultats/rs-rr/rs-rr-2006-12_02-eng.html

    Northern communities – reference list

    1) The Pembina Institute. NA. Sustainable communities. Downloaded from http://www.pembina.org/community-services

    Urban communities – reference list

    1) McBean, G. and Henstra, D. (2003). Climate change, natural hazards and cities. Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction. Downloaded from http://www.ouranos.ca/doc/Ville/ICLR-NRCan-2003-Final.pdf

    2) Natural Resources Canada. (NA). The winds of change: Climate change in prairie provinces. Downloaded from http://adaptation.nrcan.gc.ca/posters/pr/pr_10_e.php

    3) Wittrock, V., Wheaton, E., and Beaulieu, C. (2000). Adaptations of prairie cities to climate change. Downloaded from http://www.parc.ca/pdf/conference_proceedings/oct_00_wittrock.pdf

    4) McBean, G. and Henstra, D. (2003). Climate change, natural hazards, and cities. Natural Resources Canada. Downloaded from http://www.ouranos.ca/doc/Ville/ICLR-NRCan-2003-Final.pdf

    5) Infrastructure Canada. (2006). Adapting infrastructure to climate change in Canada’s cities and communities

    6) Ligeti, E., Penney, J. and Wieditz, I. (2007). Cities preparing for climate change. Prepared for the Clean Air Partnerships. Downloaded from http://www.cleanairpartnership.org/pdf/cities_climate_change.pdf

    7) CEA Insurers of Europe. (2007). Reducing the social and economic impact of climate change and natural catastrophes. Downloaded from http://www.cea.eu/

    8) McBean, G. and Henstra, D. (2003). Climate change, natural hazards and cities. Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction. Downloaded from http://www.ouranos.ca/doc/Ville/ICLR-NRCan-2003-Final.pdf

    9) CEA Insurers of Europe. (2007). Reducing the social and economic impact of climate change and natural catastrophes. Downloaded from http://www.cea.eu/

    10) Stern review on the economics of climate change. (2006). Downloaded from http://www.citeulike.org/user/williamdwalker/article/1928158

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