Project News

Congratulations to Joanna on the completion of the MA thesis

A big congratulations to Joanna Petrasek MacDonald, whose MA thesis “From the minds of youth: exploring Inuit youth resilience within a changing climate and applications for climate change adaptation in Nunatsiavut, Labrador, Canada” has been accepted. Joanna would like to thank the community members, academic peers and funding agencies for their collaboration and support that… Read More »

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Congratulations to Kate Bishop: 2nd place at the Arctic Change Student Poster Session

Kate Bishop, a PhD student at U of Guelph received the 2nd place at the Arctic Change Student Poster Session at the Arctic Change conference in Ottawa (December 8-12 2014). She presented her poster : Seasonal Changes in Prevalence of Acute Gastrointestinal Illness in Rigolet, Nunatsiavut, Canada (Bishop-Williams K,  Berrang-Ford L, Edge VL, Ford J, Thomas K, Shiwak,… Read More »

IHACC at the Arctic Change conference in Ottawa

Many IHACC researchers and researchers from James Ford Climate Change Adaptation Research Group (www.jamesford.ca) are at the Arctic Change conference in Ottawa from December 8-12, 2014. You can find all the Arctic Change 2014 programs here. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10th T17. Community Adaptation and Vulnerability in Arctic Regions. Co-chairs: Tristan Pearce, James Ford, Barry Smit. Room… Read More »

Jolene Labbé at the Ouranos Symposium in Quebec City

Jolene Labbé  attended the Ouranos Symposium in Quebec City December 4th and 5th. Ouranos is a consortium on regional climatology and adaptation to climate change (www.ouranos.ca). The symposium is geared towards sharing knowledge between government and researchers and is held in French. At the symposium Jolene presented a poster on her IHACC research on vulnerability… Read More »