Climate Change is one of the complex issues of our time. Realizing this, the McMaster Centre for Climate Change strongly supports the need for individuals, groups, and organizations to work together when discussing how best to learn, react, and adapt to climate change. As a part of our outreach mandate, the MCCC is developing public partnerships with a variety of local organizations. Our partners and partner institutes are listed below, and we encourage you to visit their respective websites to learn more about the work that each of them are engaged in.
- McMaster University Energy Management and Sustainability Divison
- School of Geography and Earth Sciences (Partner Institutes)
- McMaster Institute for Healthier Environments - 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 Water Network
- NSERC FloodNet
- Global Water Futures
- City of Hamilton
- Hamilton Community Climate Change Action Charter
- United Nations University - Institute for Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH)
- Hamilton Conservation Authority
- Royal Botanical Gardens
- Ontario Climate Consortium (OCC)
- Long Point Region Conservation AuthorityLong Point Region Conservation Authority
- St. Williams Conservation Reserve Community Council
- Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA)
- Plug'n Drive Ontario
- Centre for Engineering and Public Policy
- Institute on Globalization & the Human ConditionInstitute on Globalization & the Human Condition