Shandel Brown

Shandel Brown

Master’s candidate

Adaptive capacity and sense of place, Nova Scotia

Donovan Campbell

Donovan Campbell

The CARIBSAVE Partnership

Samantha Page

Master’s candidate

Climate change modelling, Nova Scotia

Ashley Sprague

Ashley Sprague

Restoration coordinator with the Ecology Action Centre (EAC) in Nova Scotia

Ashley graduated with a MSc. from the University of New Brunswick where she researched movements and habitat use of shorebirds in the Bay of Fundy. She has worked on coastal and marine conservation issues in Nova Scotia for the past five years and joined the Ecology Action Centre in January, 2011.

Megan MacDonald

Master’s candidate

Vulnerability and adaptation to climate change in the tourism and fisheries sector, Prince Edward Island

Tony Charles

Tony Charles

Professor, St Mary’s University, Management Science/Environmental Science

Katelyn MacDonald

Master of Science

Coastal Vulnerability Assessment for Climate Change Adaptation, Prince Edward Island

Danika Van Proosdij

Danika Van Proosdij

Associate Professor, St. Mary’s University, Department of Geography

Director of the Intertidal Coastal Sediment Transport (In_CoaST) Research Unit

Coordinator of the Maritime Provinces Spatial Analysis Research Center (MP_SpARC)

Jeremy Pittman

PhD candidate

Governance at the land-sea interface in the context of climate change, multi-site (Caribbean)

Owen Day

Owen Day

Chief technical officer and head of Communications and Biodiversity

Owen Day obtained his bachelor’s in biochemistry from Oxford University in 1988, and his master's and doctorate in marine biology from the University of Wales in 1991 and 1996 respectively.

Ambarish Kurmalkar

Student

University of the West Indies (Mona)/University of Oxford

Johanna Wandel

Johanna Wandel

Associate Professor, University of Waterloo, Department of Geography and Environmental Management

Saveena Patara

Master’s candidate

Water security and capacity for governance to shape climate-change adaptation strategies, Nova Scotia

Adam Fenech

Adam Fenech

Director, Climate Lab

Tapan Dhar

Student

Climate change adaptation through urban planning and design, Jamaica

Matt Wilson

Matt Wilson

Senior lecturer, St. Augustine campus (Trinidad), Geographic Information Systems

Maliha Majeed

Master’s candidate

Examining effectiveness of tools in facilitating climate change adaptation, Nova Scotia

Chris Fletcher

Chris Fletcher

Assistant professor, University of Waterloo, Department of Geography and Environmental Management

Susanne Charles

PhD candidate

University of the West Indies (Mona)

Ahmed Khan

Postdoctoral fellow

St. Mary’s University

Alvin Thompson

PhD candidate

Coastal governance and influence of tenure on development, Tobago

Jen Graham

Jen Graham

Coastal coordinator

Since 2006, Jen has been using the “Have Fun; don’t mind the mud” approach to coastal conservation in her work as the Ecology Action Centre’s (EAC’s) coastal coordinator as she encourages and nudges the province to adopt province wide coastal legislation and regulations.

Jay Campbell

PhD candidate

University of the West Indies (Mona)

Andrea Minano

Master’s candidate

The Geoweb and climate change adaptation, Nova Scotia

Daniel Scott

Daniel Scott

Principal investigator

Canada research chair in Global Change and Tourism

Associate professor, University of Waterloo, Department of Geography and Environmental Management

Karen Small

Student

University of the West Indies (Mona)

Peter Johnson

Peter Johnson

Assistant professor, University of Waterloo, Department of Geography and Environmental Management (GEM)

Steven Alexander

PhD candidate

Governance of Marine Protected Areas in the face of environmental change, Jamaica

Publications

Alexander, S. (2014). Networks of marine protected areas – the contributions of social networks and a social-ecological systems perspective. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2532

Tanya Chung Tiam Fook

Postdoctoral fellow

Coastal Communities and Climate Change Adaptation, Prince Edward Island

Murray C. Simpson

Murray C. Simpson

Principal investigator (CARIBSAVE)

Simpson is a senior research associate at the School of Geography, Oxford University Centre for the Environment.

Tiffanie Skipper

PhD candidate

How will sea level rise and associated erosion of beach assets impact tourism destination choice, travel motivations, and coastal tourism price structures/revenues; valuation of beach services to tourism; understanding tourist perceptions of impacts from sea level rise; Jamaica

Luna Khirfan

Luna Khirfan

Associate professor, School of Planning, University of Waterloo

Dellarue Howard

PhD candidate

University of Waterloo

Randy Angus

Randy Angus

Director of Integrated Resource Management at Mi’kmaq Confederacy of P.E.I

Randy has over 30 years experience in the Maritimes fishery and aquaculture industry. He has extensive experience in working with both the public and private sectors in resource management, and has a diverse background that covers a variety of species and organizations.

Avidesh Seenath

Master’s candidate

University of the West Indies (Mona)

Mark New

Mark New

Director of African Climate and Development Initiative, Professor of Climate Science, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford

Nick Deklu

Master’s candidate

Community fisheries and governance interactions under climate change.

Derek Armitage

Derek Armitage

Associate professor, University of Waterloo, Environment & Resource Studies Department

Michelle Rutty

Postdoctoral fellow

Climatic impact on tourists’ preferences, multi-site (Caribbean, including Tobago)

Verene Shepard

Verene Shepard

Professor, University of the West Indies, Mona Campus (Jamaica), Institute for Gender and Development Studies

Thalia Balkaran

Master’s candidate

Community based vulnerability assessment, Jamaica

Carolyn Brown

Carolyn Brown

Director of Environmental Studies, University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI)

Amanda Palmer

Master’s candidate

The interplay between climate change adaptation and development, and the ways in which informal institutions shape climate change adaptation and development decisions; Tobago

Michael Taylor

Michael Taylor

Lecturer, Mona campus (Jamaica), Department of Physics