Held LIVE on Thursday, December 2, 2021, this training workshop offered presentations, discussions and activities on the intersection of Indigenous Knowledge and western climate data, and on how to integrate climate data and information into impact, risk, and vulnerability assessments. It also introduced participants to the use of the ClimateData.ca platform to support impact, risk, and vulnerability assessments in First Nation communities.
The workshop was supported and presented by the BC Assembly of First Nations, the Canadian Centre for Climate Services, the Prairie Climate Centre and the Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium.
PRESENTATION #1: The Intersection between Indigenous Knowledge and Climate Data, by the Prairie Climate Centre (PCC).
- Brett Huson, PCC. email@example.com
- Christey Allen, PCC. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Laura Cameron, PCC. email@example.com
PRESENTATION #2: Integrating climate data and information into impact, vulnerability and risk assessments, by Canadian Centre for Climate Services (CCCS).
- Katie Pearson, CCCS Service Delivery – Training
- Jeremy Fyke and Elaine Barrow, CCCS Data Products Office
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: 1-833-517-0376
Contact information for the Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium:
Kari Tyler - PCIC email@example.com
Links shared during the presentations:
- The Climate Atlas: https://climateatlas.ca/
- Webinar Series mentioned at the PCC’s presentation which are part of the BRACE project. https://mcrtproject.ca/about/
- Brett Huson - Prairie Climate Centre: www.bretthuson.ca
- Prairie Climate Centre mentioned a paper that they wrote with the Late Elder Dave Courchene. Available here: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10584-021-03000-8
- Kanaka Bar Indian Band’s (Nlaka’pamux Nation) 2021 Climate Resilience Plan, which provides a guide for community action over the next 5 years. Available here: https://www.kanakabarband.ca/files/crp-2021.pdf
- Interactive map that Wilderness Committee released showing where logging deferral areas have already been approved for logging: https://wild-committee.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=ea409a2f61864215bc25875facd0621f
- People interested to receive information regarding the next workshop that BCAFN will host with the Prairie Climate Centre (Climate Atlas), send an email to Patricia Rojas at firstname.lastname@example.org
- People interested in learning more about what the emissions scenarios are (also called RCPs). The CCCS has a short interactive article. Available here: https://climatedata.ca/resource/emissions-scenarios-rcps/