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  • Posted: May 27, 2011

    Representatives from PCIC will be presenting at CMOS Congress 2011: Ocean, Atmosphere and the Changing Pacific June 5-9, 2011 at the Victoria Conference Centre.

  • Posted: May 27, 2011

    PCIC staff will be leaving the Sedgewick Building on June 6, 2011 and re-locating to new offices at University House 1 on the other side of the University of Victoria campus. New address information detailed below:

  • Posted: May 11, 2011

    The Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS) recently announced $1.8 million in new funding for British Columbia-led projects aimed at finding solutions to the environmental, social and economic challenges, and opportunities brought about by climate change.

  • Posted: May 10, 2011

    Organizers for the Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, set for October 25-27, 2011 in Vancouver, British Columbia, are inviting interested participants to submit an abstract for the largest, most comprehensive research and policy conference in the region.

  • Posted: May 9, 2011

    A new report released by the British Columbia government shows governments will need to continue working together to meet the challenge of climate change and rising sea levels over the next 90 years and beyond.

  • Posted: April 6, 2011

    The spring 2011 issue of our quarterly newsletter, PCIC Update, is now available for download from our publications library. If you'd like to receive future issues of our newsletter automatically by email, please use the e-news signup box at the bottom of our homepage or the right side column of inside web pages.

  • Posted: April 4, 2011

    PCIC is pleased to welcome its newest staff member, Dr. Faron Anslow. Faron will be working as Climatologist with the PCIC's Climate Analysis and Monitoring Theme.

  • Posted: April 1, 2011

    Final results from the first phase of PCIC's Hydrologic Impacts research program with BC Hydro have been published, the culmination of four years of collaborative work aimed at better understanding the potential effects of climate variability and change on BC water resources.

    The following four peer-reviewed project reports are now available:

  • Posted: February 16, 2011

    PCIC is teaming up with the Institute for Coastal Research, Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht (Germany) to offer the workshop "Exploring Regional Climate Services: Meeting Stakeholder Needs for Practical Climate Information" at the University of Victoria November 21-23, 2011.

  • Posted: February 3, 2011

    The Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium is pleased to present its newly redesigned website at, sporting a new modern look-and-feel as well as features that better support climate information delivery to its members, stakeholders and the general public.