Publications:
Fostering Adaptive Capacity and Resilience to Environmental Change in Sub-Arctic First Nations: The Use of Collaborative Geomatics, an Interactive, Web-based Informatics Tool

The potential use of an interactive web-based informatics tool in remote First Nations communities in sub-arctic Canada to map traditional environmental knowledge and environmental change information is presented.

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The Collaborative-geomatics Informatics Tool: Engaging Youth Using Place-based Education

Systems embodying a participatory, community-based approach and having multiple capabilities, have the potential to be introduced in remote and isolated First Nation communities for various applications.

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Sustaining a Local-food Security Initiative in a Remote Subarctic Community: Engaging Canadian First Nation Youth in Agroforestry-Community Gardens

This study aims to engage the youth of Fort Albany First Nation in the agroforestry community gardens initiative to gain insight into their perspectives on local food security.

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