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Ensuring infrastructure designs contribute to full spectrum sustainability for coastal communities
In a context of rapid climate, ocean, and social-ecological change, a key challenge is to learn from different coastal communities, from groups of rights holders and stakeholders, from citizens, and to support the development of their capacity in strengthening and designing infrastructures for navigating through change. Sustainability Research Work Packages are based on principles of co-producing knowledge, with aims to learn from and support peoples of Atlantic Canada in creating sustainable coastal infrastructures. These WPs are working with Indigenous groups, industry organizations, and governance actors to strengthen, develop, and design coastal community infrastructure that can better navigate future change.
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