The ClimateSense team represents the stakeholders and administrative partners of the NRCan BRACE (Building Regional Adaptation & Capacity Expertise) Initiative. The team displays an incredible wealth of knowledge and expertise in the area of Climate Change Adaptation, its implementation in local and national projects and policies, and is committed to providing adaptation learning and development, specific to Prince Edward Island.
For more information or inquiries on the ClimateSense Program,
contact Ross Dwyer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ross Dwyer is the ClimateSense Project Coordinator, and Project Manager for the School of Climate Change & Adaptation at the University of Prince Edward Island.
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Krystal Pyke, BSc, BEd, MAEEC, is the Learning Coordinator for the ClimateSense Program. They are committed to providing dynamic experiential learning opportunities that integrate science-based evidence, historical context, and differentiated knowledge practices to help individuals and communities confront complex ecological issues.
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Stephanie Arnold, BASc, MBA, is a PhD student and researcher with the UPEI Climate Research Lab. Her research areas include dynamic climate change adaptation for potato production and evaluation of climate change adaptive capacity.
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Erin Taylor is the Director of the ClimateSense Program and the Manager of the Climate Change Secretariat for PEI's Department of Environment, Water, and Climate Change.
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Mark Sherren, P.Eng, is the Western Regional Engineer for PEI Department of Transportation and Infrastructure and is the Chair of the Professional Development and Continuing Education Committee for Engineers PEI.
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