News | Year 2011
One year after the storms of December 2010 Décember 2011
One year after the storms of 2010. Radio Canada East of the Quebec did a special edition on the great tides which prevailed at the beginning at December, one year ago. For one of the reports of this edition, several interview made with our partners during the annual days 2011 of the CCC-CURA.
- Video report, Radio-Canada East of the Quebec
- Special edition Great Tides, one year after. Radio-Canada East of the Quebec
The annual days of the CCC-CURADecember 2011
The annual meeting of the CCC CURA ended last Friday, November 25, 2011 at the hotel Sépia in Quebec City. This meeting went very well and several community representatives, with whom the CCC-CURA works, were present. They were able to express their expectations regarding the coloration with their CCC-CURA partners. The event also gave an opportunity to have the partners presenting the six punctual projects.
The annual daysNovember 2011
A new partner for the CCC-CURANovember 2011
Professor at the University of Moncton’s Shippagan campus (UMCS), Julie Guillemot joigned the CCC-CURA during 2011. She works on the longitudinal project with Elise Mayrand on communities of Shippagan and Sainte-Marie-Saint-Raphaël in New-Brunswick.
CCC-CURA on the wavesOctober 2011
Aired on the CIEUF FM, radio of the Baie-des-Chaleurs, Michel Chouinard, partner in practice “Conseil de l’eau Gaspésie Sud”, talk to us about the longitudinal project of the CCC-CURA and the role of the citizens in the adaptation of the communities to bank erosion in the Baie-des-Chaleurs
On Radio-Canada Acadie, Omer Chouinard, researcher at the Université de Moncton, study the adaptation strategies to climates changes, in particular in New-Brunswick.
A research partner rewarded October 5th, 2011
Press Release : Dr. Liette Vasseur to Receive 2011 Conservation Pioneer Award on Novembre, 17 th, 2011.Read Press Release
Support projet on the Quebec North Coast October 5th, 2011
Communiqué de presse :The Public Health Department launches Project Support for communities to coastal risks
The longitudinal project of the CCC-CURA and its 10 communitiesOctober 4th, 2011
Press Release: Launch of multi-site longitudinal project of the Coastal Communities Challenges - CURA: 10 communities participating in a research project on resilience to climate change.Read Press Release