Canadian Emergency Preparedness and Climate Adaptation Convention

September 24-26, 2024

Shaw Centre | Ottawa, Ontario

September 24-26, 2024

Shaw Centre | Ottawa, Ontario

Canadian Emergency Preparedness and
Climate Adaptation Convention

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Canada's National Disaster Expo

Canada’s emergency management and climate adaptation landscape is set to be revolutionized at CEPCA 2024 this September. As natural disasters rise, the need for a unified approach has never been greater. This event, led by experts in emergency preparedness and climate adaptation, aims to foster collaboration, break down silos, and create resilient infrastructure and communities. Attendees will explore innovative climate technologies, enhance emergency response efforts, and engage in knowledge exchange across provinces. By prioritizing Indigenous traditions, we will ensure sustainable solutions to the climate crisis.

Join us in showcasing Canada’s expertise on the national stage and fostering trade and collaboration.

Shaping the Future of Emergency Management and Climate Adaptation

CEPCA 2024 will feature expert-led panel discussions and an exhibition showcasing cutting-edge climate technologies. Attendees will explore innovative emergency response strategies and resilient infrastructure solutions. Networking opportunities will foster knowledge exchange across provinces, and a focus on Indigenous traditions will ensure holistic, sustainable approaches to the climate crisis.

Exhibiting Companies

CEPCA is the ideal platform gathering government representatives, Indigenous leaders, and sector professionals to showcase, discuss, collaborate, and do business in the Canadian market.

Featuring six key pavilions: Infrastructure Planning & Mitigation; Flood, Water & Drought Management; Fire, Wildfire, Heat & Mitigation; Climate Adaptation; Disaster Response & Recovery; and Technology & Innovation, this platform is the perfect opportunity to get back to showcasing your products at a live in-person event, promote your products to an active audience looking to invest in emergency, disaster management and climate adaptation solutions.

CEPCA allows businesses, organizations, and governments to showcase solutions, technologies and policies to a highly targeted audience actively looking for the most engaged partners, new products, and key services for all aspects of the industry. 


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Nahuel Arenas Garcia

The damages and losses from disasters are increasing at a faster rate than our ability to address them. Investing in disaster risk reduction and fostering knowledge sharing is essential for achieving sustainable development goals and advancing climate adaptation efforts. CEPCA will be a privileged space to stimulate collaboration among public, private and community sectors to strengthen resilience proactively

Nahuel Arenas-Garcia

Chief, Regional Office for the Americas and the Caribbean
United National Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR)


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