Category Archives: Climate Change

We’ve previously reported on the local, Kings Country, approach to climate change adaptation through the Municipal Climate Change Action Plan (MCCAP). However, Kings County municipalities are not the only ones looking at this important issue. The Gulf of Maine Council … Continue reading

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The Municipality of Kings along with the towns of Kentville, Wolfville and Berwick are considering how climate change may someday impact the way they operate. On Tuesday December 03, 2013 Kings County municipal council passed a motion amending the Integrated … Continue reading

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This post is to provide the final report submitted by the Applied Geomatics Research Group. Note: Due to file size limits, the report has been broken down into the four scope topics. The AGRG report accompanies the maps previously posted regarding the Kings … Continue reading

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The Applied Geomatics Research Group (AGRG) / NSCC of Middleton, NS have been quite busy conducting GIS (Geographic Information Systems) analysis across a broad scope of issues as part of the Kings 2050 Project. This work will be influential on … Continue reading

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The first of the Background Papers are ready and should prove to be enlightening to everyone who is concerned about the future of Kings County. Papers will be released on a regular basis over the coming weeks.  Check in often to … Continue reading

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Take a look at these animations created by the Applied Geomatics Research Group (AGRG)/ NSCC for the Atlantic Climate Change Adaptation Solutions (ACAS) project. The videos show the potential impact of a worst case storm surge and sea level rise … Continue reading

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