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Climate change is here, it is happening, and it is impacting New Brunswickers across the province.  Nature-based and natural approaches to adapting to climate change focus on implementing infrastructure that restores and protects natural areas while removing greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere, reducing flooding and stormwater surge risks, and supporting biodiversity.  

Join us for an engagement session in your region to help us determine how nature-based climate solutions can benefit your communities, what barriers to implementation you might face in your local governments, and how we can best develop a cost-benefit analysis tool to support decision-making. These engagement sessions will also involve sharing resources and related tools to support your communities in gaining the capacity to implement nature-based climate solutions as well as the preliminary results of a public survey of opinion of New Brunswick residents on nature-based climate solutions.

These engagement sessions are targeted towards municipal/local government staff and elected officials but we also welcome representatives from local community organizations and interested local residents.

There will be engagement sessions in Dieppe on February 22nd, Edmundston on February 28th, Fredericton on February 28th, Bathurst on March 1st, Perth-Andover on March 1st, Quispamsis on March 3rd, online on March 14th.

These engagement sessions are being held as a component of the Research and Knowledge Initiative project Supporting Climate Risk Mitigation for Municipalities with Nature-based Infrastructure - Research and Knowledge Initiative. The New Brunswick Environmental Network is leading this project along with project partner Nature NB and is supported by an advisory committee including representatives from the New Brunswick Climate Change Secretariat, CLIMAtlantic, Infrastructure Canada, Union of New Brunswick Municipalities, and the Association francophone des municipalités du Nouveau-Brunswick. This project is funded in part by Infrastructure Canada and the New Brunswick Environmental Trust Fund. For more information, visit the community of practice for nature based solutions or contact the Project Coordinator, Lilian Barraclough at lily.barraclough@nben.ca.



These engagement sessions are targeted towards municipal/local government staff and elected officials but we also welcome representatives from local community organizations and interested local residents. 

There will be engagement sessions in the Moncton area on February 22nd, Fredericton on February 28th, Perth-Andover on March 1st, Quispamsis on March 3rd, online on March 14th and TBD in Edmundston and Bathurst or Miramichi. 

These engagement sessions are being held as a component of the Research and Knowledge Initiative project Supporting Climate Risk Mitigation for Municipalities with Nature-based Infrastructure - Research and Knowledge Initiative. The New Brunswick Environmental Network is leading this project along with project partner Nature NB and is supported by an advisory committee including representatives from the New Brunswick Climate Change Secretariat, CLIMAtlantic, Infrastructure Canada, Union of New Brunswick Municipalities, and the Association francophone des municipalités du Nouveau-Brunswick. This project is funded in part by Infrastructure Canada and the New Brunswick Environmental Trust Fund. For more information, visit the community of practice for nature based solutions or contact the Project Coordinator, Lilian Barraclough at lily.barraclough@nben.ca.

Event Date 28 February, 2023 1:00 pm
Event End Date 28 February, 2023 3:00 pm
Cut off date 28 February, 2023 12:00 pm
Categories RKI Engagement Sessions , Climate Change Adaptation Collaborative

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Climate change is here, it is happening, and it is impacting New Brunswickers across the province.  Nature-based and natural approaches to adapting to climate change focus on implementing infrastructure that restores and protects natural areas while removing greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere, reducing flooding and stormwater surge risks, and supporting biodiversity. 

Join us for an engagement session in your region to help us determine how nature-based climate solutions can benefit your communities, what barriers to implementation you might face in your local governments, and how we can best develop a cost-benefit analysis tool to support decision-making. These engagement sessions will also involve sharing resources and related tools to support your communities in gaining the capacity to implement nature-based climate solutions as well as the preliminary results of a public survey of opinion of New Brunswick residents on nature-based climate solutions.

These engagement sessions are targeted towards municipal/local government staff and elected officials but we also welcome representatives from local community organizations and interested local residents.

There will be engagement sessions in Dieppe on February 22ndFredericton on February 28th, Edmundston on February 28th, Bathurst on March 1st,  Perth-Andover on March 1stQuispamsis on March 3rdonline on March 14th.

These engagement sessions are being held as a component of the Research and Knowledge Initiative project Supporting Climate Risk Mitigation for Municipalities with Nature-based Infrastructure - Research and Knowledge Initiative. The New Brunswick Environmental Network is leading this project along with project partner Nature NB and is supported by an advisory committee including representatives from the New Brunswick Climate Change Secretariat, CLIMAtlantic, Infrastructure Canada, Union of New Brunswick Municipalities, and the Association francophone des municipalités du Nouveau-Brunswick. This project is funded in part by Infrastructure Canada and the New Brunswick Environmental Trust Fund. For more information, visit the community of practice for nature based solutions or contact the Project Coordinator, Lilian Barraclough at lily.barraclough@nben.ca.

Event Date 28 February, 2023 1:00 pm
Event End Date 28 February, 2023 3:00 pm
Cut off date 28 February, 2023 12:00 pm
Categories RKI Engagement Sessions , Climate Change Adaptation Collaborative

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Climate change is here, it is happening, and it is impacting New Brunswickers across the province.  Nature-based and natural approaches to adapting to climate change focus on implementing infrastructure that restores and protects natural areas while removing greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere, reducing flooding and stormwater surge risks, and supporting biodiversity.  

Join us for an engagement session in your region to help us determine how nature-based climate solutions can benefit your communities, what barriers to implementation you might face in your local governments, and how we can best develop a cost-benefit analysis tool to support decision-making. These engagement sessions will also involve sharing resources and related tools to support your communities in gaining the capacity to implement nature-based climate solutions as well as the preliminary results of a public survey of opinion of New Brunswick residents on nature-based climate solutions. 

These engagement sessions are targeted towards municipal/local government staff and elected officials but we also welcome representatives from local community organizations and interested local residents. 

There will be engagement sessions in the Dieppe on February 22nd, Fredericton on February 28th, Edmundston on February 28th, Bathurst on March 1st, Perth-Andover on March 1st, Quispamsis on March 3rd, online on March 14th.

These engagement sessions are being held as a component of the Research and Knowledge Initiative project Supporting Climate Risk Mitigation for Municipalities with Nature-based Infrastructure - Research and Knowledge Initiative. The New Brunswick Environmental Network is leading this project along with project partner Nature NB and is supported by an advisory committee including representatives from the New Brunswick Climate Change Secretariat, CLIMAtlantic, Infrastructure Canada, Union of New Brunswick Municipalities, and the Association francophone des municipalités du Nouveau-Brunswick. This project is funded in part by Infrastructure Canada and the New Brunswick Environmental Trust Fund. For more information, visit the community of practice for nature based solutions or contact the Project Coordinator, Lilian Barraclough at lily.barraclough@nben.ca.

Event Date 14 March, 2023 1:00 pm
Event End Date 14 March, 2023 3:00 pm
Cut off date 14 March, 2023 12:00 pm
Categories RKI Engagement Sessions , Climate Change Adaptation Collaborative

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Climate change is here, it is happening, and it is impacting New Brunswickers across the province.  Nature-based and natural approaches to adapting to climate change focus on implementing infrastructure that restores and protects natural areas while removing greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere, reducing flooding and stormwater surge risks, and supporting biodiversity.  

Join us for an engagement session in your region to help us determine how nature-based climate solutions can benefit your communities, what barriers to implementation you might face in your local governments, and how we can best develop a cost-benefit analysis tool to support decision-making. These engagement sessions will also involve sharing resources and related tools to support your communities in gaining the capacity to implement nature-based climate solutions as well as the preliminary results of a public survey of opinion of New Brunswick residents on nature-based climate solutions. 

These engagement sessions are targeted towards municipal/local government staff and elected officials but we also welcome representatives from local community organizations and interested local residents.

There will be engagement sessions in the Dieppe on February 22nd, Fredericton on February 28th, Edmundston on February 28th, Bathurst on March 1st, Perth-Andover on March 1st, Quispamsis on March 3rd, online on March 14th.

These engagement sessions are being held as a component of the Research and Knowledge Initiative project Supporting Climate Risk Mitigation for Municipalities with Nature-based Infrastructure - Research and Knowledge Initiative. The New Brunswick Environmental Network is leading this project along with project partner Nature NB and is supported by an advisory committee including representatives from the New Brunswick Climate Change Secretariat, CLIMAtlantic, Infrastructure Canada, Union of New Brunswick Municipalities, and the Association francophone des municipalités du Nouveau-Brunswick. This project is funded in part by Infrastructure Canada and the New Brunswick Environmental Trust Fund. For more information, visit the community of practice for nature based solutions or contact the Project Coordinator, Lilian Barraclough at lily.barraclough@nben.ca.

Event Date 22 March, 2023 1:00 pm
Event End Date 22 March, 2023 3:00 pm
Cut off date 22 March, 2023 12:00 pm
Categories RKI Engagement Sessions , Climate Change Adaptation Collaborative

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

What is the public opinion in New Brunswick of nature-based climate solutions? As a part of the Research and Knowledge Initiative, the NBEN contracted Atlantic Canada based polling firm, Narrative Research, to conduct a public poll on the understanding of and support for nature-based climate solutions by New Brunswick Residents. The reports are available here. Join us for a free one-hour webinar to learn about our findings in more depth, and how these findings are informing the future work of the project and gaps in the area of adaptation and mitigation of climate change in New Brunswick. These results provide context for how concerned New Brunswickers are about the effects of climate change, how prepared they feel to combat the effects, and their preferences regarding nature-based versus engineered approaches to climate adaptation.This webinar may be of interest to government staff, residents, non-profits, and businesses working in the realm of adaptation to climate change and infrastructure.
Event Date 17 May, 2023 7:00 pm
Event End Date 17 May, 2023 8:00 pm
Cut off date 17 May, 2023 7:00 pm
Categories RKI Engagement Sessions , Climate Change Adaptation Collaborative

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Join the NBEN for the launch of our nature-based solutions cost-benefits analysis tool and participate in a hands-on training workshop to learn how to apply the tool in your community.
Event Date 09 January, 2024 1:00 pm
Event End Date 09 January, 2024 3:00 pm
Cut off date 09 January, 2024 1:00 pm
Categories RKI Engagement Sessions , Climate Change Adaptation Collaborative

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Fredericton Training Session: Conducting cost-benefit analyses for nature-based solutions Join the NBEN for the launch of our nature-based solutions cost-benefits analysis tool and participate in a hands-on training workshop to learn how to apply the tool in your community.
Event Date 18 January, 2024 1:00 pm
Event End Date 18 January, 2024 3:00 pm
Cut off date 18 January, 2024 1:00 pm
Categories RKI Engagement Sessions , Climate Change Adaptation Collaborative

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Tantramar Training Session: Conducting cost-benefit analyses for nature-based solutions Join the NBEN for the launch of our nature-based solutions cost-benefits analysis tool and participate in a hands-on training workshop to learn how to apply the tool in your community.
Event Date 25 January, 2024 10:00 am
Event End Date 25 January, 2024 12:00 pm
Cut off date 25 January, 2024 10:00 am
Categories RKI Engagement Sessions , Climate Change Adaptation Collaborative

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CANCELLED: Beaurivage Training Session: Conducting cost-benefit analyses for nature-based solutions
Event Date 30 January, 2024 1:00 pm
Event End Date 30 January, 2024 3:00 pm
Cut off date 24 January, 2024 10:00 am
Categories RKI Engagement Sessions , Climate Change Adaptation Collaborative

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Shippagan Training Session: Conducting cost-benefit analyses for nature-based solutions
Event Date 01 February, 2024 2:00 pm
Event End Date 01 February, 2024 4:00 pm
Cut off date 01-Feb-2024
Categories RKI Engagement Sessions , Climate Change Adaptation Collaborative

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Moncton Training Session: Conducting cost-benefit analyses for nature-based solutions Join the NBEN for the launch of our nature-based solutions cost-benefits analysis tool and participate in a hands-on training workshop to learn how to apply the tool in your community.
Event Date 08 February, 2024 1:00 pm
Event End Date 08 February, 2024 3:00 pm
Cut off date 08 February, 2024 1:00 pm
Categories RKI Engagement Sessions , Climate Change Adaptation Collaborative

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Online training session: Conducting cost-benefit analyses for nature-based solutions (in French)
Event Date 15 February, 2024 2:00 pm
Event End Date 15 February, 2024 4:00 pm
Cut off date 15 February, 2024 2:00 pm
Categories RKI Engagement Sessions , Climate Change Adaptation Collaborative

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Online training session: Conducting cost-benefit analyses for nature-based solutions (in English)
Event Date 20 February, 2024 1:00 pm
Event End Date 20 February, 2024 3:00 pm
Cut off date 20 February, 2024 1:00 pm
Categories RKI Engagement Sessions , Climate Change Adaptation Collaborative

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

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