IHACC activities at ArcticNet 2013


A number of IHACC project members participated in the ArticNet 2013 conference. Dr. James Ford presented a poster on IHACC that focused on the Arctic regional team's work, and chaired the session "Climate Adaptation, Health and Indigenous Knowledge (IK-ADAPT)". James Poster ArticNet 2013-01 copy














The following three talks were also given at the conference during topical sessions:

  • Including the Intangible: Photo-Cards as a Method for Analyzing the Social and Cultural Importance of Food in Rigolet, Nunatsiavut by Kaitlyn Finner
  • Perceptions of the Causes and Cures Surrounding Acute Gastrointestinal Illness among Residents of Iqaluit, Nunavut by Anna Bunce
  • From Community-Based to Community-Led: Understanding Research as a Climate Change Adaptation Strategy for Public Health in the North by Charlotte Wolfrey