The Indigenous Health Adaptation to Climate Change project is a multinational interdisciplinary research project to develop an understanding of the vulnerability of remote Indigenous health systems to climate change as a basis for implementing pilot adaptation interventions and adaptation planning.
Carol is excited to share her field report about her two trips to Peru where she worked with the Shawi Amazon Indigenous People. The two trips completed the necessary fieldwork required for Carol’s PhD thesis. For those of you unfamiliar with Carol’s work, her thesis investigates the current vulnerability of Shawi Amazon Indigenous people to… Read More »
IHACC-Peru team member Jahir Anicama Diaz will be leading an official event at the Peruvian Pavillion at COP21 in Paris (Hall 4) on Thursday December 10th at 14:00. The event will consist in a discussion group aiming to provide a space for dissemination and learning among organizations involved in adaptation and resilience to climate change… Read More »
Text and photos by Mya Sherman. “So you’re saying that the kids in the Amazon play soccer just like we do?” asked an enthusiastic third grader at the Joamie Ilinniarvik School in Iqaluit, Nunavut. The question came at the end of a classroom visit where I spoke to the students in grade three and grade… Read More »