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Current research activities

Current research activities

Current research activities

Indigenous peoples and forestry

Across Canada, there are nearly five hundred Aboriginal communities in forested areas. Over the last twenty years, Aboriginal peoples have been taking an increasing role in forestry: exercising their traditional rights, participating in forest consultation processes, being involved in forest management and as partners in business ventures.

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Private woodlots and Small-scale forestry

The sustainable management of small-scale private forests is becoming more and more important in our society, especially in New Brunswick. Such woodlots do not only provide an income for the owner, they are also essential for wood supply for the industry, local employment, wildlife habitat, maintaining water quality and providing pleasing landscapes. The sustainable management of all of the resources on woodlots is essential for supporting local economies.

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Publication participation and Forest policy

Across Canada, and indeed around the world, populations are seeking to express their views about forests and claiming the right to be involved in forest management. This occurs in both forest management at local levels and in the setting of forest policy at a broader scale.

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Climate Change challenges for coastal communities

This is a major joint research project examining how coastal communities in the Gulf of St-Lawrence can manage and adapt to the effects of climate change.

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Collaboration in New Brunswick forests

Commencing in 2008, principal industry and environmental groups in new Brunswick launched a new effort aimed at creating greater collaboration to identiofy and achieve common goals for New Brunswick's forests. Working groups under this project are addressing several key themes, including forest certification, identification of high conservation-value forests and public participation.

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