• Sulawesi, Indonesia

  • Old whaling station, Nunavut

  • Negril, Jamaica

  • Tam Giang Lagoon, Vietnam

  • Sulawesi, Indonesia

  • Slave River Delta, Northwest Territories


December 2014: Opportunities now open for incoming grad students (MES and PhD) on the OceanCanada project! PhD applicants should also look at the Faculty of Environment’s new funding initiative.

November 2014: Steve Alexander and Jeremy Pittman are getting started on a new SESYNC-funded project looking at the role of governance in dealing with surprises.

Fall 2014: Several new ECGG-led publications are recently available online:
J. Pittman et al. on governance for climate change in the Caribbean in Marine Policy.
P. Nayak et al. on threats to social-ecological resilience in India and Brazil in Ecology & Society.
S. Alexander commentary in Aquatic Conservation on social dimensions of marine protected area networks.

October 2014: Derek Armitage is a partner on the recently announced OceanCanada Partnership that will look at approaches for how to build resilience for our coastal communities and marine ecosystems. Team members involved with the coastal communities component met in Port Mouton, Nova Scotia to kick off the project and were featured in local news.

October 2014: Prateep Nayak and Mark Andrachuk joined Micaela Trimble (Uruguay) for a seminar on small-scale fisheries at Brock University’s Environmental Sustainability Research Centre. Video of the seminar is available on Youtube.

September 2014: ECGG had a large representation at the 2nd World Small-scale Fisheries Congress in Merida, Mexico.

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