Marie-Pierre Lardeau presents at the Beringia Center in Whitehorse, Yukon

The IHACC (Indigenous Health Adaptation to Climate Change) project manager, Marie-Pierre Lardeau, presented at the Communicating Climate Change Adaptation lecture series at the Yukon Beringia Centre in Whitehorse on October 2nd 2014. Her presentation Community Based Approaches to Adaptation to Climate Change, Experiences from the Field: Stories from the Arctic discussed community-based adaptation from the research perspective showcasing four case studies in Inuit Arctic communities.

During the fall of 2014, the Beringia Centre, in partnership with the Yukon Arts Centre and the Yukon Development Education Centre, is proud to be presenting a film and lecture series on climate change adaptation. This lecture series is part of a larger Yukon Government project on climate change adaptation issues facing the Yukon, and is funded by Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada's Climate Change Adaptation Program.

Watch Marie-Pierre's presentation below, and learn more about this event by visiting their website.