Preparing for climate change and sea level rise on BC’s South Coast.
Developing strategies for wildfire and forest management that minimize climate impact and strengthen BC’s bioeconomy.
Water woes: Examining the climate crisis’ impact on water above and below the Earth’s surface — and on government decisions
The extreme effects of climate change have been in the spotlight in BC in the last year, from the deadly June 2021 heatwave to the atmospheric river that caused flooding that cut off Metro Vancouver from the rest of Canada.
From the air and on the ground, PICS research supports wildfire risk reduction on Xaxli’p First Nation territory.
Helping British Columbia prepare for the movement of people due to climate change.
Enhancing the climate change resilience of kelp forest ecosystems and the coastal communities who rely on kelp for commercial, food, social, and ceremonial purposes.
Developing the first online, open-access and tool to support climate–adapted conservation planning across BC's natural and protected areas.
Supporting the contribution of BC’s forest sector to climate change mitigation while maximizing economic value and addressing adaptation.