Canada Needs Proactive Climate Change Strategies Now to Avoid Huge Disaster Bills Later

Our Global Policy Project team of MPPGA students Victoria Ker, Erica Steele, Stephen Patenaude, and Brayden Pelham addressed the need for proactive strategies for adapting to climate change in Canada, particularly in supporting rural Indigenous communities with the lowest capacity to cover costs of disruption.

This article was submitted in relation to the students’ 2020-2021 Global Policy Project, which is a signature component of the professional Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs (MPPGA) program delivered by UBC’s School of Public Policy and Global Affairs (SPPGA). Learn more about the Global Policy Project here.