❯   Reinforce the governance and resilience abilities to face climate change of the coastal and riverside communities throughout the St. Lawrence Gulf and Estuary   ❮

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Nathalie Beaulieu Université du Québec à Rimouski

Nathalie Beaulieu holds a master in Civil Engineering and a Doctorate in Remote Sensing from Sherbrooke University. From January 2013, she is starting a new research project with CCC-CURA. This postdoc research is about the role of planification tools, monitoring and evaluation concerning actors mobilization for resilience improvement and vulnerability reduction. She has practical experience in that field, as she was one of the administrators of the Climate Change Adaptation in Africa program, based in Dakar IDRC (Senegal) from 2006 to 2012.

Mélinda Noblet Université du Québec à Rimouski

Holding a BA in Sociology (University of Nantes-France) and a Master in socio-economics (University Paris 1 - Panthéon-Sorbonne), Melinda Noblet just submitted her PhD in Political Science (University Picardie Jules Verne -france). She is particularly interested in adaptation to climate change in coastal zones, in the North / South relations and interaction between the scales of public action. She continues her research on the topic of adaptation within the CCC-CURA with a post-doctorate on assessment of the CCC-CURA's longitudinal project and an inter-province comparative study of the adaptation and resilience actions.

Sandra K. Znajda Brock University

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