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Maxx Hartt - PhD Bound!

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It is our great pleasure to report that C-Change team member and recent M.Sc. in Systems Science (UOttawa) graduate Maxx Hartt will be joining the University of Waterloo in the PhD program at the School of Planning, Faculty of Environmental Studies. Maxx’s work on defining, mapping, and simulating for the C-Change community of Charlottetown, PEI has led the way in community profiling, data acquisition, mapping, storm impacts modeling, and system dynamics-GIS integration methods.  Maxx will begin his studies at Waterloo in May 2012. He is considering  a focus on planning issues related to transportation and the exciting impacts of new technologies. Maxx has promised to remain a “friend” of C-Change and we look forward to learned insights and ongoing contributions. Maxx can be reached at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  On behalf of all of us at C-Change, “Congratulations, Maxx!” and good luck in your doctoral studies.

 

Governor General's Visit

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Canada's Governor General, His Excellency the Right Honorable David Johnston, is visiting Brazil (until April 28th), Barbados (April 29th-30th), and Trinidad and Tobago (May 1st-2nd).  He is expected to visit UWI St. Augustine.  Please visit the Governor General's website,
http://www.gg.ca/index.aspx , where new information, itineraries and photos are being posted daily.  Please keep us all in the loop - send along any news articles, pictures, etc. in relation to the visit!  You can forward them to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or post them to the Facebook page.
 

New Photos!

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New photos from the 50-50 Conference in Georgetown, Grand Cayman have been uploaded to the C-Change Photo Gallery.  Check them out and send along any that you would like posted!
 

Spring 2012 Newsletter is Online!

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The Spring 2012 Edition of the C-Change Newsletter is now available on the C-Change website, under the C-Change Documents Tab.  Learn a little more about our partner communities and see what great upcoming events we will be involved in!
 

Climate Change and Coastal Risk Assessment: Scoping workshop

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C-Change members Sue Nichols, Colleen Mercer Clarke and Don Forbes will be involved in an initial scoping workshop for Natural Resource Canada’s Canadian Coastal Climate Change Sensitivity, Risk and Adaptation Assessment, being held March 7-8, 2012 at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
Goals of this workshop include illustrating the implications of climate-related changes on Canada’s coastal communities, consolidating and providing access to information, and highlighting examples of successful, proactive adaptation measures. This is an excellent tie-in to our C-Change work.
Findings from this process are expected to be published in the Fall of 2014.
 


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