Climate change is among the most complex issues of our time. The McMaster Centre for Climate Change strongly supports the need for individuals, groups, and organizations to work together in exploring how best to learn, react, and adapt to climate change. As a part of our outreach mandate, we have developed partnerships with the following organizations.
International, National and Provincial Organizations
- Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (OMNRF)
- Ontario Ministry of Environment, Conservations and Parks (OMECP)
- Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, Canada (ECCC)
- Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)
- North American Carbon Program
- Global Fluxnet
- United Nations University – Institute for Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH)
- St. Williams Conservation Reserve Community Council
- Long Point Region Conservation Authority
- Hamilton Conservation Authority
- Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA)
- Ontario Climate Consortium (OCC)
- Royal Botanical Gardens
- Bay Area Climate Change Office (BACCO)
- City of Hamilton
- City of Burlington
- Plug’n Drive Ontario
- Global Water Futures
- NSERC FloodNet
- McMaster Water Network
- McMaster University Energy Management and Sustainability Division
- McMaster Institute for Health Equity – The goal of MIHE is to facilitate, promote, and publish environmental health research, and to share this expertise with the broader community.
- McMaster Institute for Transportation & Logistics – MITL is a non-profit organization of private and public sector investors created to work with business and government partners to address real challenges facing the industry and to bring together resources, expertise and experience that the industry does not have but desperately needs.
- McMaster Institute for Energy Studies
- McMaster Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition
- ESRI Development Centre
- Dofasco Centre for Engineering and Public Policy.