With your support, real change is possible

We invite you to join us as we work with partner nations on long-term journeys that inspire action, foster real change and create climate-resilient communities armed with the knowledge to adapt in the face of unprecedented change.

Our Village of Hope Partners understand that climate adaptation is possible when we work together and weave knowledge systems throughout an initiative.

To get involved, contact admin@rockiesinstitute.ca

Building Climate Resilience & Adaptation in the Willow Lake Métis

The goals of our partnership with Willow Lake Métis located near Anzac in Northern Alberta Canada are to: Our partnership with ...

IPCC Cities Conference Indigenous & Scientific Knowledge on Adaptation Session

As part of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Cities Conference in Edmonton, TRI and several of Alberta’s In ...

Building Climate Resilience in the Tsuu’tina Nation

Tsuu’tina Nation and TRI aim to commence a Phase I Building Climate Resilience Initiative in the community. The objectives are ...

Co-Creating Climate Learning Journeys (C3LJ)

This pilot engaged small- and medium-sized businesses, Indigenous communities and residents in Northern Alberta in the co-creati ...

Fire & Ice – The Art of Climate Change Engagement Series

Through a series of engagement activities, nearly 400 community members in the Canadian Rocky Mountains learned about glaciers a ...

Building Climate Resilience & Adaptation in the Kainai First Nation – Phase II from planning to implementation

This initiative was inspired by Building Climate Resilience & Adaptation in the Kainai First Nation – Phase I Capacity Buildin ...

Building Climate Resilience in the Piikani Nation Phase I

This initiative was inspired by seed funds to Co-Create a Climate Resilient Initiative (link to description) This initiative wil ...

Co-Creating a Climate Resilient Initiative with the Piikani Nation

This initiative has inspired Building Climate Resilience in the Piikani Nation Phase I ...

Early Adaptation Action & Vulnerability Risk Assessment for the Nama Tribe

This initiative inspired the Scaling Out Adaptation Options for Indigenous Communities Adjacent to UNESCO World Heritage Sites a ...

Restoration of Kainai Native Grassland and Traditional Plant Populations

This initiative was inspired by Building Climate Resilience & Adaptation in the Kainai First Nation – Phase I Capacity Bui ...

Fire with Fire

Fire with Fire is a multi-year, multi-partner initiative aimed at building capacity for climate adaptation by braiding Indigenou ...

Building Climate Resilience & Adaptation in the Kainai First Nation – Phase I Capacity Building

Over 100 community members from the Kainai First Nation participated in this initiative including Elders, council members, direc ...

Scaling Up and Out Adaptation Options for Indigenous Communities Adjacent to UNESCO World Heritage Sites and National Parks in Southern Africa

This initiative was inspired by the Early Adaptation Action & Vulnerability Risk Assessment for the Nama Tribe  ...