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Coastal Butterfly #13

After a quick look at our billboard and our coming events (p. 2), we invite you to take a look at an overview of the CCC-CURA’s presentation at the 83rd Congress of the Association francophone pour le savoir (p. 3). We will then transport you to Sainte-Flavie to follow-up on the longitudinal project conducted by the research team at the Université du Québec à Rimouski (p. 4). We will then present three one-time projects that have recently ended: the COGESAF’s integration of local knowledge in the elaboration of watershed organizations’ water management master plans (p. 6), the OBVMR’s project Aspects Lég’EAUX which looked at judicial tools in regards to water management (p. 9), and finally the OBAKIR’s integration of evaluation steps to climate change adaptation of the downstream section of the Ouelle River (p. 12). The ROBVQ has summarized discussions on the transportation of oil and gas and its consequences held during during the 16th Rendez-vous des OBV (Meeting of Watershed Organizations). Julie Guillemot and Mélanie Aubé, of the Université de Moncton in Shippagan, will present the main points of a meeting they hosted: “From the Community to the Region: Climatic Impacts – Challenges, Lessons and Collaboration in the Acadian Peninsula”. Finally, a research team directly related to the CCC-CURA will present the new Anticosti project.

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Discover : Living on te Edge

« Living on the edge », a documentary film about the human face of climate change in Quebec through the lens of the photographer Joan Sullivan. CCC-CURA has contributed to the financing of this film. You can visit the website of the film.

You can also visit the personal website of the photographer Joan Sullivan.

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