Programs

The Ontario Climate Consortium helps end users figure out the climate questions they need to ask, and connects them with researchers who can deliver the answers. We develop projects in three key areas.

Climate Information

  • Custom Analysis
    Projects leveraging completed analysis or existing data sets.
  • Applied Climate Science
    Primary research into the use of climate information.

Adaptation and Mitigation

  • Planning Support
    Technical support and guidance to facilitate risk-based planning. 
  • Research Support
    Research projects designed to inform responses and create tools to support the adaptation process.

Research Mobilization

  • The OCC Symposium
    A flagship event showcasing the work of top climate researchers and thought leaders.
  • Communications & Engagement
    Collaborative efforts with researchers and end users to maximize the utility and visibility of OCC research projects.

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News & Events

November 16th, 2016

Local Program Helps Build Climate Resilience in Black Creek Neighbourhood

The Ontario Climate Consortium (OCC) team is excited to share that our colleagues in the Sustainable Neighbourhood Retrofit Action Plan (SNAP) Program have recently received…

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November 1st, 2016

Canada Ill-Prepared for Flood Damage

Canada’s provinces and Yukon could be better prepared for flood damage according to a recent report released by the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation. Over…

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October 20th, 2016

Adaptation Practitioners Network Mapping Survey and Meeting

Throughout the summer of 2016, the Ontario Climate Consortium (OCC) and Clean Air Partnership (CAP) circulated a survey to a list of entities (academic, private,…

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October 20th, 2016

2016 FloodNet Annual General Meeting (AGM)

On September 19th, the FloodNet Annual General Meeting was held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Vaughan, Ontario. This annual event is an opportunity to…

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October 20th, 2016

Building a Network of Networks: The 2016 Great Lakes Adaptation…

There are many climate adaptation conferences across the world, but few seek to build collaboration and a true ‘network of networks’ like GLISA’s Great Lakes…

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