Friday, September 30, 2022

Tag: resilient infrastructure

Climate Change Won’t Wait

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Getting started on climate adaptation and resiliency plans By John Estey Climate change is here to stay, and its impacts are creating different challenges for communities...

New research reveals risk to Canada from droughts, storms could cost...

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New research, launched by global professional services company GHD titled Aquanomics: The economics of water risk and future resilience reveals that droughts, floods, and...

$20M for infrastructure projects across B.C. to build more resilient communities

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The governments of Canada and British Columbia announced more than $20 million in joint federal-provincial funding for eight social, transportation, and green infrastructure projects...

Road resiliency strengthened along B.C.’s Highway 19

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The B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure announced that work is underway on Highway 19 through Nanaimo and Lantzville to improve the road surface...

Canada and B.C. invest to make communities more resilient to natural...

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The governments of Canada and British Columbia announced more than $29.5 million in joint funding to reduce and mitigate the risk of floods and...

Report challenges municipalities to prioritize cyber resiliency

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By Glenn Miller While the shocking events in Ukraine have raised the public profile of cyberattacks on critical infrastructure, Toronto Metropolitan University’s (TMU)—formerly Ryerson University—Cybersecure...

New measures to address climate change impacts on rail infrastructure

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Transport Canada announced two new rail safety measures. One focuses on railway-related fire prevention, while the other improves the resiliency of Canada's railway infrastructure...

Government of Canada announces funds for climate resilient infrastructure

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The Government of Canada announced funding of $46.7 million for two important climate resilience initiatives; the Climate Resilient Built Environment initiative and the Standards...

How can we make Canada’s infrastructure more resilient?

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Situation Critical Climate change impacts could leave Canadians physically and financially under water as a warming and increasingly volatile climate damages public and private infrastructure....

Stantec joins global mobility and transportation policy organization

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Stantec has joined the Coalition for Reimagined Mobility, a global effort to shape policy for the more equitable and sustainable movement of people and...
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