About Columbia Basin Climate Source
Columbia Basin Climate Source is a one-stop shop for climate change information relevant to communities in the Columbia Basin-Boundary region. It provides fine-scale climate projection data for Basin-Boundary communities, regionally-relevant impacts information, a database of local climate action examples, resources to inspire further action, and clear guidance on how to make sense of climate science.
The site was produced via a partnership between Columbia Basin Trust’s Climate Action Program and the Applied Research and Innovation Centre at Selkirk College, and made possible with funding from the Columbia Basin Trust and Selkirk College researchers developing the site.
Selkirk College acknowledges the First Nations of the West Kootenay and Boundary regions on whose traditional territories we are honoured to operate: the Sn̓ʕay̓čkstx (Sinixt), the Syilx (Okanagan), the Ktunaxa, and the Secwépemc (Shuswap). Columbia Basin Climate Source also extends to the traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation. We are grateful to these Nations as keepers of the lands and value their efforts to enhance climate resilience across the region.
How to Cite Us
Please cite the entire website as:
Selkirk College. 2021. “Columbia Basin Climate Source.” https://basinclimatesource.ca.
For citing climate data:
Climatic Resources Consulting, and Selkirk College. 2021. “Basin Climate Source: Climate Data.” https://basinclimatesource.ca/about-data.
Information made accessible through Columbia Basin Climate Source has been assembled by qualified researchers, but is provided without warranty as to its accuracy or completeness. Selkirk College, Columbia Basin Trust, or any other organization or individual involved in generation of content or development of the site will not be liable for any loss or damage arising from reliance on this information.