This report was prepared by the TD Bank Group (TD) and the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC). The reports talks about the properties conserved by NCC under the TD Forests program to calculate natural value capital of forests.
The Low Impact Development (LID) Guidance Documents prepared by the Credit Valley Conservation provide guidance on how to retrofit existing properties to incorporate LID storm water management technologies. Some of the LID guides are included for road retrofits, residential retrofits, public land retrofits, water sustainability planning, etc.
The atlas is a collection of 56 projects that integrate natural processes into engineering strategies that support navigation, flood risk management, ecosystem restoration, or other purposes. This atlas is published by U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center and sponsored by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The guide brings together experience and insights of 50 authors working for source water protection efforts. The guide is a call to action for water utility staff and land managers to bring natural infrastructure into focus, in face of a growing water crisis.
The paper Rethinking our Global Coastal Investment Portfolio, written by Erin McCreless and Michael Beck identifies major sources of funding for coastal green and grey infrastructure globally. The paper concludes that the funds for green infrastructure are a small fraction of global investments along coastlines. The paper identifies major funders in different coastline spending categories and discusses ways to move towards a more balanced investment portfolio that could benefit biodiversity, prevent billions of dollars of storm damage, and protect lives and livelihoods of coastal residents.
This report is a product of the Expert Panel on Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience Results, which was established to provide advice to the Government of Canada on measuring progress on adaptation and climate resilience. The Expert Panel proposed 54 indicators across 5 chapters: ‘Protecting and Improving Huma Health and Well-Being ‘, ‘Supporting Particularly Vulnerable Regions ‘, ‘Reducing Climate-Related Hazards and Disaster Risks ‘, ‘Building Climate Resilience through Infrastructure ‘, and ‘Translating Scientific Information and Indigenous Knowledge into Action ‘.