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Canadian Coastal Resilience Forum
Spring Newsletter

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We are lucky to have such an exceptionally diverse and talented group of community members. In an effort to better connect our members, we are endeavouring to create an open contact list. Let us help you leverage each other's knowledge and skills.

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New Library Resources 

We are frequently updating our online Coastal Risk Library. This month we added these resources:
 
Managing Urban Flood Risk: A Framework for Evaluating Alternative Policy Instruments 

Henstra and Thistlethwaite offer a framework for municipal officials to evaluate flood risk management policy instruments that may be suitable for reducing flood risk in different local contexts. 

Framing the Challenge of Urban Flooding in the United States


The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine held workshops to gain an initial understanding of the causes and impacts of urban flooding. This report summarizes their findings from real-world case studies. 

Water on the Rise: Protecting Canadian Homes from the Growing Threat of Flooding

The Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation reports on the development, implementation and findings of their Home Flood Protection Program (2016-2018)
Career Opportunities

Project Lead
 Climate Change and Health Adaptation Planning, Public Health for Vancouver Coastal Health

Climate Change Adaptation Specialist
GHD, Waterloo

Oceans Protection Plan Manager
First Nations Fisheries Council of British Columbia

This report reviews how OECD countries can use their national adaptation planning processes to respond to the challenges associated with rising seas and climate change in coastal areas. Chapter 5 explores coastal infrastructure realignment and salt march restoration in Nova Scotia. 
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