Our Institute staff and research associates are international leaders in wind and seismic engineering, atmospheric science, risk perception, hydrology, economics, geography, health sciences, public policy and a number of other disciplines.
The Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction now provides links to our web properties in one convenient page as a “Resilience Hub”.
A world-class centre for multi-disciplinary disaster prevention research and communication.
A collection of books with case studies of local leadership working to reduce the risk of loss and damage from extreme rainfall, heat, weather, and fire.
This Earthquake Risk tool has been developed with the CoreLogic Canada Earthquake Model.
The Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) was created to conduct an engineering assessment of the vulnerability of Canada’s public infrastructure to the impacts of climate change.
A collaboration between ICLR and the University of Guelph’s School of Engineering has sought to better understand technologies that are applied to control urban flood risk in Canada.
This website provides information relevant to homes serviced by underground, public sewer systems, typically located in urban areas.
This utility allows users to explore findings for all PIEVC assessment reports submitted to the PIEVC Program from January 2016 to August 2021.
IDF_CC is a publically available web-based intensity-duration-frequency tool to update and adapt local extreme rainfall statistics to climate change pre-loaded with 898 Environment and Climate Change Canada rain stations.