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.Read more
A study out of Alberta found that restoring nature through nature-based climate solutions can help reduce the damage and wear on roads, and overall reduce the costs to municipalities https://www.cbc.ca/news/science/what-on-earth-road-repairs-flooding-1.6809436.
The New Brunswick Environmental Network conducted a public polling study of understanding, perception, and support for nature-based climate solutions in New Brunswick. There were 643 respondents, and the final
New resources and reports to support mental and psychosocial wellbeing in the face of responding the the impacts of flooding on communities reports now available here. As New Brunswick faces
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