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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 of all of our students, keep up the awesome work!


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 C-Change Documents/Research/Student Research tab.

Way to go, Sara!  Best wishes for your future studies from C-Change!


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 methods including participatory video and participatory photography.

The COBRA Project has a series of new multimedia resources and publications including two-page briefings, films, photostories and reports which we would like to share with you. These can be found through our Media Gate: http://projectcobra.org/category/media/

We draw your attention to a major report on the use of scenarios in a cross-scalar analysis to help build shared understandings of potential futures. Scenarios can be used to compare the current state of a system with a number of prospective futures and provide a way for communities and other stakeholders to see how different interventions or activities may impact on people and the
environment. Within the COBRA project, we have used scenarios to compare a wide range of international, national and local futures with a range of existing and emerging community-owned solutions.

You can find the report here: http://projectcobra.org/future-scenarios/

We also draw your attention to a new publication in the peer-reviewed open access journal EchoGeo on the use of the System Viability approach for promoting community resilience and  sustainability.

You can find the article here: http://echogeo.revues.org/13411


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 news!

Please read at the following link, http://www.springerlink.com/openurl.asp?genre=article&id=doi%3A10.1007%2Fs11625-013-0213-9 .

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