Dear friends and colleagues,Lots of us around the world are confined to desk-work, including young researchers forced to put fieldwork in standby. Maybe they are looking for some desk-based alternative; in that case, consider joining the GAMI team for the month of May. GAMI consists of a huge literature review on human adaptation responses to climate-related […]
TRAC3 is hiring!
TRAC3 is hiring!
Read about our latest research findings on national adaptation progress in Nature Climate Change!
On October 7th, TRAC3 and CCARG member Graham McDowell presented at the Mountains of our Future Earth conference in Perth, Scotland.
Led by Dr Lea Berrang-Ford, Dr Robbert Biesbroek, and Dr James Ford, TRAC3 held a successful workshop at the McGill University Faculty Club last week examining approaches to adaptation tracking at global scales.
TRAC3 and CCARG members Dr. James Ford, Dr. Lea Berrang-Ford, Malcolm Araos, Stephanie Austin, Melanie Flynn and Jolène Labbé will be presenting their research on adaptation tracking to the Ouranos consortium in Montreal (http://www.ouranos.ca/en/) Wednesday April 8th.
Congratulations to Stephanie Austin for receiving the Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research! The scholarship will fund her Master’s research examining adaptation to climate change in the health sector under TRAC3. She will begin her Masters in September 2015 with Drs. James Ford and Lea Berrang-Ford in the […]
The European Consortium for Political Research will hold its 2015 annual conference at the Université de Montréal, 26-29 August. TRAC3 will present it’s latest research on “Administrative traditions and the formation of climate change adaptation policy” during the Perspectives on Environmental Regulation panel. For more information on registration and the academic program visit the ECPR Montreal […]
The Institut National de Santé Publique du Québec (INSPQ) highlights findings from Stephanie Austin’s recently published article “Public Health Adaptation to Climate Change in Canadian Jurisdictions” in this news posting from Florence Danner.