The Prairie Climate Centre (PCC) is a collaboration of The University of Winnipeg and the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD). The Prairie Climate Centre is committed to making climate change meaningful and relevant to Canadians of all walks of life. Google Earth Voyager. *

This Fund aims to address the impact of climate change on human health in Canada by: Google Earth is the world’s most detailed globe. Prairie Climate Centre Alberta’s climate has changed and will continue to change in the coming decades. Prairie Climate Centre. The Prairie Climate Centre enables governments, businesses and community members across the Prairies to reduce their vulnerability to climate variability and change by providing access to an innovative, stakeholder-driven hub for data, guidance, research, knowledge exchange, training and capacity building. It is committed to making climate change meaningful and relevant to Canadians from all walks of life. We bring an evidence-based perspective to communicating the science, impacts, and risks of climate change through maps, documentary video, research reports, and plain-language training, writing, and outreach. The Prairie Climate Centre is committed to making climate change meaningful and relevant to Canadians of all walks of life. Join our mailing list to stay informed about Climate Atlas updates, including new maps, research, and videos, as well as outreach and educational activities by the Prairie Climate Centre. The province’s mean annual temperature is expected to rise 2°C by the 2030s and 4°C by the 2060s (compared to the 1990s) should the current rate of global greenhouse gas emissions remain unchanged. The PCC focuses on providing the latest-generation climate change science to members of the public, policy makers and local leaders. Climate Atlas. Climate Data Explorer.

We bring an evidence-based perspective to communicating the science, impacts, and risks of climate change through maps, documentary video, research reports, and plain-language training, writing, and outreach. Help us create a dialogue across Canada: please subscribe. The Prairie Climate Centre at the University of Winnipeg is an outstanding example of Knowledge Mobilization. Of the $600,000 the Government of Canada is providing to the Prairie Climate Centre for the Climate Atlas of Canada, $500,000 is from PHAC’s Infectious Disease and Climate Change Fund over four years. The Prairie Climate Centre has created two interactive tools that allows citizens, researchers, businesses, and community and political leaders to learn about climate change in Canada.