IMPACTS - RESISTANCE - SOLUTIONS

Picture of the grasslands on Wood Mountain Lakota First Nation. Photo credits Christina Gervais
Point of View

What will we do when there are no grasslands left?

Grasslands are considered one of the most endangered ecosystems on the planet. At the same time, they are among our

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Climate

Exploiting sacred resources leads to environmental breakdown, says First Nations woman

Photo by: Amber Desnomie taken at Peepeekisis Exploiting sacred resources leads to environmental breakdown, says First Nations woman Climate change

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News

Forest fires threaten First Nations communities and their ways of living

The droughts and high temperatures are increasing the forest fire occurrences in many forests across Canada

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News

Climate change impacts Saskatchewan lakes

Climate change is warming the atmosphere, causing warmer water temperatures that are impacting lakes in Saskatchewan.

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Point of View

Logging away the traplines

Photo by Bee Bird Logging away the traplines Viewing his own hunting grounds gives a senior trapper more questions about

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Culture

We have always known

Barb Fraser serving Muskeg tea, (Labrador Tea) from her personal harvest in Northern Saskatchewan.

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A SPECIAL REPORT BY INCA 100 STUDENTS - Fall 2021

Climate

Logging blockade in Mi’kma’ki for climate justice and conservation

December 14, 2021

A major outcome from Cop26 was the fact that climate change and biodiversity crises are linked and must be dually...

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News

Tŝilhqot’in Nation turns former sawmill site into one of the largest solar farms in B.C.

December 13, 2021

Aerial view of the solar farm located near Hanceville, B.C.

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Picture of the grasslands on Wood Mountain Lakota First Nation. Photo credits Christina Gervais
Climate

What will we do when there are no grasslands left?

December 10, 2021 1

Grasslands are considered one of the most endangered ecosystems on the planet. At the same time, they are among our...

Read More
Climate

Exploiting sacred resources leads to environmental breakdown, says First Nations woman

December 10, 2021

Photo by: Amber Desnomie taken at Peepeekisis Exploiting sacred resources leads to environmental breakdown, says First Nations woman Climate change...

Read More
Featured

Forest fires threaten First Nations communities and their ways of living

November 23, 2021

The droughts and high temperatures are increasing the forest fire occurrences in many forests across Canada

Read More
Featured

Climate change impacts Saskatchewan lakes

November 23, 2021

Climate change is warming the atmosphere, causing warmer water temperatures that are impacting lakes in Saskatchewan.

Read More
Featured

Logging away the traplines

November 23, 2021

Photo by Bee Bird Logging away the traplines Viewing his own hunting grounds gives a senior trapper more questions about...

Read More
Culture

We have always known

November 23, 2021 1

Barb Fraser serving Muskeg tea, (Labrador Tea) from her personal harvest in Northern Saskatchewan.

Read More