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The CCC-CURA wish you a Merry Christmas! December 2013

Merry Christmas Card

Registration opening fot the CCC-CURA winter Institute November 2013

The winter institute will take place from February, 17-20, 2014 in Moncton, NB. It will speak about the role of facilitator of the adaptation and resilience process in the face of climate change. The registration at the event are open until January, 20th.. More information on the winter institute web page.

New composition for the coordinating committee of the CCC-CURA November 2013

The coordinating committee is renewed. The actual members for this year are : Gilbert Bélanger, Christopher Bryant, Omer Chouinard, Karine Dauphin, Julia Santos Silva, Jean-Eric Turcotte and the codirection committee members. Welcome to you!

A third International Forum on Integrated Water Management November 2013

The ROBVQ launch call for communication for the third International Forum on Integrated Water Management

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"Living on the edge", a documentary film about the human face of climate change in Quebec October 2013

Joan Sullivan and Susan Woodfine realize a documentary film about the human face of the climat change in Quebec and particularly in the East of the Quebec. Steve Plante, intervening for the Lower Saint Lawrence, talk about the CCC-CURA research projects.

"Living on the edge", The blog.

New punctual projects funded by the CCC-CURA September 2013

New punctual projects are funded by the CCC-CURA for october 2103 to october 2014. You can read the descriptions of these new projects on the page Punctual projects

The SSRHC mention the CCC-CURA on it website August 2013

In it section " Research stories ", the Social Research and Humanities research Council mention the work that the CCC-CURA have done in the last few years with especially the summer institute and the toolkit for evaluate the community resilience.

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Coastal Butterfly 7th issue is online! May 2013

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To meet its increasing succes, the Coastel Butterfly now has a subscription system online! You can suscribe on the left had-side column.

This Coastal Butterfly spring issue brings us on a trip around the climate change theme: after the information board and a glimpse of CCC-CURA events to come, we’ll go to North Shore (Quebec) to introduce the community of Rivière-au-Tonnerre, then to the James Bay area to discuss climate change impacts on the Cree population. We’ll also visit New-Brunswick, with news from our partners in Baie de Cocagne, and finally we’ll compare principles of actions in relation to climate change comparing Québec and Brazil. We wish you a nice trip!

You can also download the previous issues of the Coastal Butterfly.

Updates of the "Projects" section February 2013

CCC-CURA projects are now updated. Longitudinal project, specific projects, presentations and reports are now available online!

Coastal Butterfly take a new turn for its 6th issue! January 2013

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For its 6th issue, the Coastel Butterfly try to present a more confortable reading, and an improved graphic cohesion. You will find in this issue: an article on participation, a summary of CCC-CURA work in the Acadian Peninsula, presentations of our new partners, a new toolbox, etc.

You can also download the previous issues of the Coastal Butterfly.

Land use planning tools for local adaptation to climate change January 2013

Publication from Natural ressources Canada, every tool comes with an illustration in a Canadian community.
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This document describes planning tools that are being used by communities to adapt to climate change. In addition, it provides information on decision-support tools and resources to help planners and local decision makers take effective adaptation action. A brief example of each tool and its use by a Canadian community is included.