The Climate Atlas of Canada is an interactive tool for citizens, researchers, businesses, and community and political leaders to learn about climate change in Canada. The articles, maps, and videos in the atlas tell a compelling story: climate change is here, it’s a serious challenge, and we can take action.
The atlas can help you make sense of climate change, and this guidebook will help you make sense of the atlas. First we’ll explain how to find different kinds of information in the Atlas. And then we’ll give you some help figuring out what it all means.
This version of the guidebook refers to the last version of the Atlas (version 1), but it still contains a lot of great information about working with climate data. We are currently working to update the guidebook for the current atlas (version 2) and expect it to be ready by late summer 2019.