ALN Publications

Project Overview and Objectives

This process helped us identify relevant and available courseware with content related to climate change adaptation. We concentrated on the offerings of the BC Professional Associations and the BC Post-Secondary Institutions that collaborate with us on this project.




Annual Reports

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We conducted a survey with members of the participating BC Professional Associations to know more about their professional development needs and interests. Through the survey, we gathered information about their knowledge on climate change and climate change adaptation, as well as the relevance of these topics to their professional practice. We also learned about their topics of interest for continuing education programs with an emphasis on climate adaptation. The results will be used to inform the next steps in the Adaptation Learning Network: Inspiring Climate Action project.


Challenge Dialogue Process

This collaborative effort focused on collecting feedback from our partners, experts in climate change adaptation, Indigenous leaders, and researchers to identify priorities and opportunities that contribute to increasing capacity in climate adaptation and resilience in BC. 
We produced a series of documents to collect feedback, compile responses, and summarize results. We also organized a Challenge Dialogue Workshop that brought together nearly 50 climate change adaptation influencers from across BC. At the end of the Workshop, participants submitted evaluations and provided feedback about the expected outcomes of the workshop.