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C-Change makes the Port Hawkesbury Reporter

A great article on coastal erosion and the upcoming emergency tabletop exercise on the Little Anse Case Study published this week in the Port Hawkesbury Reporter.  Read the article here. Great to see word getting around about this important work!

C-Change Students Well Represented at Engineering Poster Competition

Congratulations are in order for Alex Chung, Sara Mohammadi and Mona Rezaei who participated in the uOttawa Engineering Poster Competition on March 27, 2014.  Their posters were top notch and Sara came away with Second Place!  Check out pictures posted on the C-Change Facebook page. Proud....

Sara Barghi Successfully Defends Thesis

Congratulations to Sara Barghi, Masters Student at the University of Ottawa, who successfully defended her thesis entitled, "Water Management Modeling in the Simulation of Water Systems in Coastal Communities", in July 2013.  The final thesis document is now available on our website, under the ....

The COBRA Project - Take a Look!

The COBRA Project (www.projectcobra.org) is a multidisciplinary project focused on promoting community-owned solutions to emerging challenges related to climate change, biodiversity conservation and forest management. We are working with indigenous groups in South America, using a range of visual me....

Sustainability Science Paper Published

C-Change is proud to announce that Dan Lane, Colleen Mercer Clark, Don Forbes and Patrick Watson have published a paper in the journal "Sustainability Science", entitled, "The Gathering Storm: managing adaptation to environmental change in coastal communities and small islands".  This is great ....

Ralph Matthews Delivers Keynote Lecture

C-Change extends congratulations to Dr. Ralph Matthews, who delivered a keynote lecture at the Canadian Sociology Association meetings in Victoria on June 6.  Ralph had received the "Outstanding Contribution Award" in 2012 and delivered his lecture, "Constructing a Career in Canadian Sociology:....

Shima Beigzadeh submits Thesis Proposal

Shima Beigzadeh, Masters of Systems Science Candidate at the University of Ottawa, has submitted her thesis proposal entitled, "System dynamics modeling of the impacts of Maximum Water Level: The Case of Charlottetown, P.E.I., Canada".  Shima is working under the supervision of Dr. Philippe Cra....




 

 


We are proud to present the International Community-University Research Alliance (ICURA) project, Managing Adaptation to Environmental Change in Coastal Communities: Canada and the Caribbean, that links community members and university researchers from Canada with members of the Caribbean community in support of research on coastal adaptation to environmental change including the impacts of storm surge and sea-level rise on susceptible coastal communities.

This project was developed in 2007 from preliminary research team meetings in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada with the Canadian Fisheries, Oceans, and Aquaculture Management (C-FOAM) Research Group at the Telfer School of Management of the University of Ottawa together with colleagues at the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES),  The University of the West Indies, St Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago.

The Letter of Intent (LOI) application for the research project was submitted to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) on November 21, 2007 in response to the new ICURA program sponsored by SSHRC and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC). On the basis of the submitted LOI, on April 7, 2008 the project was invited by SSHRC and IDRC to develop a formal proposal for a five year research project for submission to SSHRC and IDRC on October 22, 2008. On June 29, 2009, as part of the first awarded ICURA projects, the C-Change project was formally funded to carry out its research program from 2009 through to 2014 in selected coastal community sites in Canada and the Caribbean.

The C-Change project is led by co-directors Dr. Dan Lane at the Telfer School of Management of the University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and Dr. Patrick Watson, Director of SALISES at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, along with a team of over twenty co-applicants, collaborators, and community partners.

This website represents the efforts of the research team to establish communications among team members and the communities they serve in this international alliance of communities and universities toward enhancing community capacity to prepare for pending environmental change.

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