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Sharing Research Findings in the Canadian Arctic: Assessing the Integration of Inuit Knowledge in Policy Communications about Climate Change Related Food Insecurity

Sharing Research Findings in the Canadian Arctic: Assessing the Integration of Inuit Knowledge in Policy Communications about Climate Change Related Food Insecurity

Social Humanities and Research Council (SSHRC)

The research explored how integration of various types of knowledge -- indigenous, local, government, scientific -- facilitated or constrained communications about food insecurity decision making. The project linked completed research, policies currently in place and being developed, and actual practices of communities to promote ecological and human well-being in the face of changing environment.

Researcher: Co-PIs: Rachel Hirsch and Martin Bunch

Project Theme: Sustainable Food Systems

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