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Natural Infrastructure Spec-Sheets (printable)

This eye-catching resource designed by Royama Design presents three popular applications of natural and nature-based infrastructure along with their components, principles and case study pricing examples. This is the printable version. If you are interested in the web version of

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Natural Infrastructure Spec-Sheets (poster)

This eye-catching resource designed by Royama Design presents three popular applications of natural and nature-based infrastructure along with their components, principles and case study pricing examples. If you are interested in printing the poster, you can find the printing file

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Valuation of Wetland Ecosystemic services

Valuation of Wetland Ecosystemic services Valuation of Wetland Ecosystemic services Dr. Doddick Gasser is a researcher in applied ecology and environment at CCNB-INNOV. In this video, he talks about his research on wetland ecosystem services in Northwest New Brunswick.This french

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Sackville Town Hall Green Roof Project

Sackville Green Roof Sackville Town Hall Green Roof Project Amanda Marlin is the Executive Director at EOS Eco-Energy in Sackville. In this video, she is joined by Dwayne Acton, Town Engineer, to talk about their green roof project on the

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Bonus: Natural Brook Restoration

Bonus: Natural Brook Restoration Bonus: Natural Brook Restoration Sal Poirier is the Environmental officer at the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation. In this video, he explains how brooks can be restored using only natural materials. This video was edited by Royal Raven

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Madawaska Maliseet First Nation Stream Restoration

Madawaska Maliseet First Nation Stream Restoration Madawaska Maliseet First Nation Stream Restoration Sal Poirier is the Environmental officer at the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation. In this video, he walks us through his stream restoration project that uses principles of nature-based

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NBCS Course: Coastal Restoration

This course serves as an introduction to the concept and considerations related to coastal restoration with a nature-based approach. The speaker is Victoria Fernandez, coastal engineer at CBCL limited in Halifax.

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Rain Garden and Depaving Projects by ACAP Saint John

ACAP Saint John has been hard at work implementing nature-based solutions in southern New Brunswick. Their latest rain garden event saw over 30 volunteers work together to create a massive rain garden of 200 square meters. They have also started

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Living Shorelines at Cocagne Community Park

Video of a hands-on workshop hosted by GDDPC and several partners in August 2021. This two-day workshop applied the Living Shorelines method to a section of a waterfront land at the Cocagne Community Park. Watch the video HERE.

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Interactive Tool for Canadian Climate Impacts

Over the past year, the Canadian Institute for Climate Choices has been modeling what climate change could mean for Canada. We have looked specifically at climate change impacts on health – including impacts from heat, ground-level ozone, and Lyme disease

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Support opportunity – Natural Asset Management Course

We are happy to announce an exciting support opportunity for anyone interested in learning about natural asset management. The Royal Roads University is offering a course on natural asset management taught by Roy Brooke, Executive Director of the Municipal Natural

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Natural asset guidelines now available for engineers & geoscientists

By MNAI, September 9, 2021 Click Here for the Original Post! Natural asset guidelines now available for engineers & geoscientists Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia published its Professional Practice Guidelines – Local Government Asset Management to describe expectations and obligations of professional

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Build your Adaptation Knowledge through Courses

Over 20 projects are being co-funded through Natural Resources Canada’s Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise (BRACE) Program, each focusing on themes such as infrastructure, natural resources, or communities. Projects help engineers, planners and others develop adaptation expertise and skills

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NBCS Course: Rain Garden Conception

This course serves as a guide on the implementation of rain gardens and touches on site planning and garden design considerations. The speakers are Jolyne Hebert, Executive Manager at the Shediac Bay Association, and Brittany Cormier, Project Lead at the

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Map of Adaptation Actions

The Map of Adaptation Actions houses a collection of climate change adaptation case studies that may be useful to decision-makers and those taking action on climate change adaptation. Map development was co-led by the Canadian Center for Climate Services (Environment and Climate Change

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Natural Infrastructure Case Studies for Canada

By the Canadian Institute for Climate Choice Click Here for Original Post! Natural Infrastructure Case Studies for Canada The Canadian Institute for Climate Choices has developed three new case studies in partnership with Smart Prosperity Institute. These case studies inform

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Building the Business Case for Natural Infrastructure

By the Water Canada, 12 January, 2021 Click Here for Original Post! Building the Business Case for Natural Infrastructure Flooding is a critical issue facing Canadian municipalities that will only become more challenging as we continue to experience the effects of

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