Climate Data and Water Stewardship

May 23, 2024

12:00 pm — 2:00 pm EST

Virtual Event

Climate Data and Water Stewardship

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The Community Solutions Network is a program led by Evergreen in partnership with Open North. Our team works with communities to build capacity and improve the lives of residents using data and connected technology approaches. This program is funded by the Government of Canada.
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Save the date and join Evergreen’s Community Solutions Network for an innovation exchange with INNOV, la Ville d’Edmundston and CLIMAtlantic. Together we will share the use of tools, technologies and practices that can improve climate resiliency and shape the management of water ecosystems in Atlantic Canada.

This event is bilingual, with simultaneous interpretation services available.


  • Welcome and introductions
  • Evergreen
    • Overview of the Community Solutions Network program
  • CLIMAtlantic
    • CLIMAtlantic facilitates access to regionally relevant climate information and supports its effective use in planning and decision making for New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • INNOV and Edmundston
    • INNOV, the applied research and innovation network at the Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB), will present 3 projects related to integrated watershed management from a climate adaptation perspective.
    • Case study: Edmundston
  • Floor Presentations (optional)
    • We also want to hear from you! If you are interested in sharing a 5-minute experience, tool, or project relevant to this event, please submit a short brief outlining your presentation to Lorraine Hopkins at by May 15, 2024


Dodick Gasser
Chercheur en écologie appliquée, Division Bioéconomie, INNOV

Laurie Vidal
Chercheuse – agriculture, bioprocédés, breuvage et environnement; géomatique, INNOV

Antonia Alexe
Chercheuse, INNOV

Stéphanie Paradis-Léger
Chercheuse en écologie appliquée, Division Bioéconomie, INNOV

Daniel Gautreau
Coordonnateur aux espaces verts, Edmundston

Jenna Miller
New Brunswick Provincial , CLIMAtlantic

Who should attend

This webinar is essential for municipal government officials, Indigenous leaders, private sector executives, and not-for-profit organizations with a shared commitment to addressing climate change and building resilient communities. It is a unique opportunity to engage with experts and thought leaders across sectors and to be a part of a vital conversation that impacts the future of our environment and our communities.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn, share, and connect with progress-oriented individuals and organizations.

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