Twitter Facebook-f Linkedin About the author … Climate Resilience is a Choice Lately, I have been thinking about how climate resilience is a choice. I often get pamphlets and flyers from banks and investment experts with wealth advice. In fact, these offers pack both my snail mail and email. And, it’s good advice, like the kind
Welcome to Nodelcorp
Building Resilience to Climate Change
Building resilience to climate change through engineering, training, and policy services. Our mission is to reduce the suffering and costs caused by climate change. We believe resilience is the path to success. We use technical, social, and financial tools to solve complex questions.
Specialist in governance, and risk management with over forty years of professional practice. Joan’s focus is promoting effective consultation, team-work, and management systems.
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Incorporated in 2002
Clients from across Canada and World-Wide
Climate Adaptation and Greenhouse Gas Reduction
Reports, presentations and papers.
Then he went on to “educate” us about our company and the work we do. He told us: After a thirty-minute lecture he told us he had never planned to discuss our proposal. Then, he sent us on our way. This is a clear example of the difference between climate argument and scientific debate. Joan and
Today, a personal reflection on climate change and how a couple of degrees matters. I have been working on climate change issues for almost thirty years now. I had hoped that we would have reached a stage where we got over the arguments and got on with the work. But, that is a naïve hope of
Frequently asked Questions
Much like a set of glasses, the Climate Lens is a set of guidelines that provides a clear vision on our management and building resilience to climate change. Read more about this in our post on Canada’s Climate Lens.
Yes, we will only use your email to send you updates on posts and newsletters.
Climate Change affects more than your current assets and infrastructure. There will be consequences on the way you do business, your insurance programs, and legal obligations. A CRM can help you review the pure and speculative risks that affect your path forward in building resilience to climate change.
Climate change affects our building codes and standards. It is wise to consider a climate review before we refurbish or build. This gives us insight on how to reduce climate risk. We have the expertise to advise on most climate risk assessments, providing a holistic perspective.
Since we conduct most of our business using the Internet and cloud services, we can answer your questions within a day or so.
Yes! We believe that everyone should have a good understanding of the risks they face. With this knowledge we can protect ourselves in several ways. We can avoid risky situations and prepare strategies to deal with potential hazards. When we do this, we save money. We avoid bad things and reduce the costs from things we can’t avoid.