|Title||Review and Analysis of Climate Change Vulnerability Assessments of Canadian Water Management and Drainage Infrastructure|
|Author||B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure; Nodelcorp Consulting Inc.; Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium|
|Source|| 2016, 24 pages Open Access|
|Links||Online - En ligne|
|Media||paper; digital; on-line|
|Subjects||Nature and Environment; Science and Technology; coastal environment; climate effects; PIEVC Engineering Protocol for Infrastructure Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation to a Changing Climate; Coastal
management; Climate change; Climate change adaptation; Water; Water management; Drainage; Infrastructures; Standards; Engineering|
|Program||Climate Change Impacts and
|Program||Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Climate Change Adaptation Program|
|Released||2016 01 01|
|Summary||(Plain Language Summary, not published)|
This report details the findings of a review of climate change vulnerability assessments from across Canada and identifies common risks to water
management and drainage infrastructure standards. These assessments used the PIEVC Engineering Protocol for Infrastructure Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation to a Changing Climate. This information will be of interest to infrastructure owners
and engineering professionals.
Targeted coastal risk assessments.