Hello, and welcome!
Friends of Port Mouton Bay (FPMB) is a proud community-based member of the OceanCanada Partnership (OCP).
The OCP is a 6-year research initiative (2014-2020) funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) to study all issues related to access to coastal resources, changing oceans, and ocean governance for Canada's 3 coasts: Atlantic, Arctic, and Pacific.
Much of the work undertaken by FPMB is supported by OCP such as the community asset mapping project, the climate change mapping workshop, the online Community Asset Story Map, and scientific research!
OCP is wrapping up with the creation of a collaborative national book around the future of Canada 3 coasts. You are invited to share your perspectives and stories under Chapter 5: Large Changes Across Canada's Oceans as part of the Atlantic case study!
Your stories and perspectives will contribute to the OCP national book as well as an international jounal focused on modeling future scenarios of the impacts of climate change.
If you choose to participate, please complete any or all of the below questions before Monday, June 10th at 4:30 pm.
Or call between 10:00 am-2:00 pm, Saturday, June 8th to share your insights over the phone.
Any information you provide will remain anonymous.
For any questions, please contact Lydia Ross
Thank-you very much for your valuable time and knowledge!