Inspire citizen participation, support communities in making meaningful adaptation and mitigation decisions, and help Canadians move from risk to resilience.
The Prairie Climate Centre is committed to making climate change meaningful and relevant to Canadians of all walks of life. We bring an evidence-based perspective to communicating the science, impacts, and risks of climate change through maps, documentary video, research reports, and plain-language training, writing, and outreach.
We are committed to making climate change meaningful and relevant to Canadians of all walks of life.
We bring an evidence-based perspective to communicating the science, impacts, and risks of climate change.
We specialize in making maps, documentary video, research reports, and plain-language training, writing, and outreach.
Plain-language description and analysis make climate science understandable and meaningful.
Various aspects of climate change can be explored using maps, graphs and climate data for provinces, local regions and cities across the country.
Documentary videos, collaboratively developed with local and Indigenous knowledge holders as well as other experts, help make local sense of the global issue of climate change.
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Have Questions About Climate Change?
Whether you’re a teacher, a student, or just a bit skeptical about the science of climate change, we’ve got the answers to your most pressing questions.
THE PCC’S BLOG
Latest from Our Blog
Find out what we’re up to and what’s new in the world of climate change science by visiting our blog. We will be working hard throughout the year to bring you fresh, topical content. Stay tuned for future updates!
The Prairie Climate Atlas
Before the Canadian Climate Atlas, there was the Prairie Climate Atlas! How is the climate of the Canadian Prairie Provinces going to change in the coming decades? The Prairie Climate Atlas answers this important question by providing you with detailed, state-of-the-art yet easily understood information about our region’s changing climate.LEARN MORE
WHO WE ARE
Meet the PCC team
Our team has high-level expertise and many years of experience in climate change science and storytelling; we are “meaning makers” who work with diverse forms of data and can connect with various audiences including the general public, policymakers, non-governmental organizations, Indigenous communities, scientists, and technical experts.
Dr. Ian Mauro
Dr. Mauro is the Executive Director of the Prairie Climate Centre. He is also an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Winnipeg.
Dr. Danny Blair
Danny Blair is the Director of Science for the Prairie Climate Centre. He is also a Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Winnipeg.
Dr. Nora Casson
Dr. Nora Casson is an Associate Professor and Chancellor’s Research Chair in the Department of Geography at the University of Winnipeg.
Marcel Kreutzer is a filmmaker who’s passion for science and technology has lead him to the Prairie Climate Centre.
Christey is the Research Manager at the Prairie Climate Centre.
Originally from Vancouver, BC, Laura comes to UWinnipeg via McGill University with a BSc in biology and anthropology.
Matthew Loxley is a Research Associate at the Prairie Climate Centre.
Taylor Livingston is a Research Associate at the Prairie Climate Centre.
Natalie Baird is a visual artist and master’s student, exploring the role of art in climate change research.
Hetxw’ms Gyetxw, also known as Brett D. Huson (he/him/his), is from the Gitxsan Nation of the Northwest Interior of British Columbia, Canada.
Erika MacPherson is a documentary filmmaker focused on ecological and social justice and the remarkable circumstance of life.
Dr. Rhéa Rocque
Dr. Rhéa Rocque is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Prairie Climate Centre. She completed her undergraduate studies in psychology at Université de Saint-Boniface and her PhD in psychology at Université Laval.