The guide, prepared by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Office for Coastal Management provides a process for communities to assess costs and benefits of green infrastructure for flooding.
Climate Atlas, launched in 2018; provides information on climate change and its impacts on national, regional and local levels. This is an interactive tool which combines climate science, mapping, videography and storytelling about climate change in Canada.
Nashwaak Greenway is a floodplain property where Nashwaak Watershed Association plants floodplain trees to restore silver maple floodplain forest. This interpretive panel was developed by the Nashwaak Watershed Association in collaboration with the New Brunswick Environmental Network for public education on the importance of silver maple floodplain forests for climate change adaptation.
WESP-AC is a method for assessing natural functions of tidal wetlands in Atlantic Canada. WESP-AC is used for generating scores and ratings for various attributes like water purification, storm surge interception, wetland stability, public use, etc. WESP-AC has a manual, electronic files and excel spreadsheet calculator.
The Municipal Natural Assets Initiative provides scientific, economic and municipal expertise to support and guide local governments in identifying, valuing and accounting for natural assets in their financial planning and asset management programs. In this way, MNAI is changing the way municipalities deliver everyday services, increasing the quality and resilience of municipal infrastructure at lower cost.
In June 2019, the New Brunswick Environmental Network along with Nature NB, Aster Group, Town of Sackville, EOS Eco-Energy, Ducks Unlimited and Mount Allison University hosted a learning day for engineers, planners, NGOs and government staff to visit natural infrastructure projects in and around Sackville, NB. The objective of the learning day was to discuss the approaches for natural infrastructure, how to implement such projects, their advantages and their challenges.