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Partnership for Canada-Caribbean Community Climate Change Adaptation (ParCA) is a five-year interdisciplinary project that integrates climate change science and local knowledge in four study sites across Canada and the Caribbean:

A beach in Jamaica.

Jamaica

Jamaica is the largest Anglophone island in the Caribbean Basin, with an approximate total land area of 4,442 square miles (10,991 km2).

Resort view of the coast in Tobago.

Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago is a twin island nation in the south of the Caribbean. Trinidad, the larger of the two islands, is home to the national government and capital city, Port of Spain.

 

A jetty in Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is located in eastern Canada and has a land area is approximately 52,900 km2 with a population of 921,727 in 2011 according to Statistics Canada.

Crop field in PEI.

Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.)

Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.) is a small island province in Eastern Canada. The island is known for its rolling agricultural hills, sandy beaches and active fishing communities.

 

Supporters

International Development Research Centre (IDRC) logo.

Canadian Institues of Health Research (CIHR) logo.

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) logo.

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) logo.

 

Partners

University of Waterloo logo.
 

Saint Mary's University logo.

University of Prince Edward Island logo.
 

University of the West Indies logo.

CARIBSAVE logo.
Laurentian University logo.