Project Summary Submission GuidelinesThis section includes research initiatives, databases, resources and a listing of ongoing and completed projects related to Climate Change in Nunavut.
If you have conducted climate change research in Nunavut that you would like to publish on this site, please download the Project Summary Submission Guidelines.
What do your elders and community leaders have to say about changing conditions over the years? Record their wisdom and observations about climate change and pass it on to us. You'll help spread the word about climate change and add to the store of traditional knowledge!
ArcticNet brings together scientists and manager with their partners from Inuit organizations, northern communities, federal and provincial agencies and the private sector to study the impacts of climate change in the coastal Canadian Arctic.
The ArcticNet Publications Database describes 1600 publications from ArcticNet, 322 publications from the Canadian Arctic Shelf Exchange Study (CASES) and 207 publications from the International North Water Polynya Study (NOW).
A territory-wide program focusing on advancing adaptation knowledge and decision-making abilities with regard to Nunavut's mining sector.
Addressing climate change and identifiying approaches for supporting current and future climate change adaptation projects across the Canadian Arctic.
Conducting research in Nunavut? Be sure to check out the Research Licencing tab at the Nunavut Research Institute's website. It has information on the licencing process, frequently asked questions, and some great resources for helping you to apply for licences.
A geographically organized compendium of current Climate Change research literature regarding the Canadian North.
Visit the Nunavut Research Institute's website to see summaries of past research being done in Nunavut. Note: not all projects relate specifically to climate change. Click below for the most recent years! Inuktitut versions will follow soon.