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It is finally here! This is the adaptation toolkit for the lower Skeena. With narration (I hope:-).
Over the next couple of weeks the final comments and revisions from the reviewers will be incorporated into the final report document and made available to the public. An interactive ‘toolkit’, created by James Casey on behalf of WWF will … Continue reading
Many thanks to the citizens of each of the three communities who participated in workshops and shared with us and each other responses to our scientific and sociological research findings. A number of action items and recommendations for future community … Continue reading
Dr. Melton gave a presentation to attendees at the American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco on December 6. The presentation ‘”Climate change adaptation planning for the Skeena region of British Columbia, Canada: A combined biophysical modelling, social science, and … Continue reading
To learn more about ongoing work and upcoming events, check out the September Newsletter by clicking on the link below! Project update newsletter v8
On June 15 & 16, the Columbia Mountain Institute hosted a conference on carbon management in BC ecosystems. Dr. Kaplan presented a number of preliminary findings from the FFESC project. These findings will be posted shortly to the Vegetation Modeling … Continue reading
Lars Reese-Hanson (MOE) along with research colleagues Marc Porter (ESSA), Darcy Pickard (ESSA) and Richard Thompson (MOE) were joined by a number a stakeholders and interest groups in piloting the first phase of the FSW monitoring and field data collection … Continue reading
Richard Chavez of Coast Tsimshian Resources, will offer a short presentation to Terrace Council on April 26 to outline the Climate Change Adaptation Planning for NW Skeena Communities project. Many thanks to the Terrace Mayor and Council for their time … Continue reading
Over 40 interviews with local leaders, stakeholders, and residents have taken place in the municipalities of Terrace and Prince Rupert, and interviews have commenced in the First Nations community of Lax Kw ‘alaams. Researchers are grateful for the support of … Continue reading
Our project site is now functional! We will post preliminary findings and final results as they develop.