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MONCTON -- On Tuesday and Wednesday, October 18 and 19, the Canadian Climate Impacts and Adaptation Research Network (C-CIARN) is co-sponsoring the workshop Climate Change Adaptation in Atlantic Canada: Adapting Water Management in First Nations Communities to Climate Change. First Nations communities and organizations, as well as all levels of government and other concerned parties, will discuss how First Nations communities in Atlantic Canada could adapt to potential climate change impacts on water management.
The workshop is co-sponsored by the Atlantic First Nations Environmental Network and the First Nations Water Management Strategy Team Atlantic. C-CIARN is supported by Natural Resources Canada.
Location: Delta Beauséjour Hotel
750 Main Street
Moncton, New Brunswick
Dates: October 18 and 19, 2005
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