Environment, weather and natural hazard science
Climate change, weather forecasting, species at risk and natural hazards.
Services and information
The facts on climate change and Canada's actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The impact of climate change on Canada's forests and the steps Canada is taking to mitigate its effects.
Daily fire weather forecasts and fire danger conditions in Canada.
Knowledge products to help Canadians adapt to climate change.
Publications about climate change, including science assessments, case studies and adaptation reports.
Federally funded programs and initiatives that address climate change.
How numerical models are used to analyze and forecast the weather.
Science and research on air quality, climate change and meteorological issues.
Current conditions and forecasts for the weather in space.
Scientific and technical intelligence used to sustain water resources and freshwater ecosystems.
Wildlife health, ecotoxicology, research, science and technology.
A list of species at risk, protection activities and public consultations.
Recent earthquake data, historical seismographic events and other earthquake research.
Geological conditions at the sea floor that could result in risks to life or infrastructure.
Flooding as a natural hazard, maps and emergency response technologies, including satellite monitoring.
Landslide monitoring technologies, data collection and the impact of landslide geohazards.
Detailed disaster records on more than 1000 disasters since 1900.
Current and historic weather and climate conditions and their impact on agriculture.
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