Climate Change Projects

What's Being Done — And What You Can Do To Help!

Below is a list of climate change-related projects in Nunavut. Some are complete, while others are ongoing, and offer a way for local residents to get involved:

 

 

Community Research Projects

Project Title Project Categories Post Datesort descending Summary
Frobisher Bay Long-term Ecology and Habitat Mapping Study Animals, Aquatic Environment 11-14-2016

Frobisher Bay is undergoing rapid anthropogenic and climatic change. 

Frobisher Bay Long-term Ecology and Habitat Mapping Study Animals, Aquatic Environment 11-14-2016

Frobisher Bay is undergoing rapid anthropogenic and climatic change. 

Climate Communication and Adaptation: Engaging Maritime Publics Animals, Landscape, Sea Ice & Ice, Traditional Activities 02-17-2017

This research on climate change communication compares maritime communities in diverse climate zones to identify differences and similarities in local perceptions of climate change and global climate action, and associated effects on local participation in environmental management.

Interviews on Building Nunavut's Climate Resilience IQ 07-27-2017

Nuka Olsen-Hakongak interviewed knowledge holders from her hometown to gather information about Our Changing Land, Our Changing People: Building Nunavut’s Climate Resiliency. In her interviews, she gathered important information on the experiences of change from the past to today.

Arviat Goes Green Food Security, Health & Disease, IQ, Resource Development 11-03-2017

Arviat Goes Green  was produced by the The Aqquimavvik Society in Arviat  to identify how climate change

Introduction To Arviat Climate Change Health & Disease, Heritage, IQ 11-03-2017

Climate Change Introduction was produced by The Aqqiumavvik Society in Arviat to address climate change