Communicating About Climate Change

Nature-based Climate Solutions Webinar Template

Climate Change in Ontario Infographic

Learn About OLTA’s Climate Action Program

OLTA Climate Action / OTF Recognition Webinar

Learn about one of our greatest tools in our fight against climate change  – nature! Nature Based Climate Solutions refer to actions that protect and restore nature which functions to capture and store carbon, reduce carbon emissions and help communities to adapt to the impacts of climate change.

Featured Land Trust Videos

Thames Talbot Land Trust

The Thames Talbot Land Trust restoration project introduces plant species from further south that might be better adapted to warmer climates in their restoration areas.

Rare Charitable Research Reserve

There are few cold- and cool-water trout streams remaining in the Region of Waterloo. Bauman Creek, a small tributary of the Grand River located mostly on rare property, supports a self-sustaining population of brook trout. Rare’s Bauman Creek Restoration project helped restore flow to the channel all the way to the Grand River, while also planting several hundred trees.

Haliburton Highlands Land Trust

In 2013, 2017, and again in 2019, the Township of Minden Hills experienced serious flooding and declared a state of emergency. Flooding and erratic weather patterns are a product of climate change. Wetlands provide a critical function in helping prevent flooding. In 2020, HHLT completed a project to address the detrimental impacts of climate change while also protecting over 160 acres of wetland in the county.