Arctic Change 2017 – Day 2 // @ccarg presents en masse

2017 December 12

As the second day of Arctic Change 2017 starts, Eranga, Darya, Nathan, Melanie, and Dylan will all be presenting on a diversity of topics.

Starting off at 10:30am, Eranga will present on his topic of: How do Inuit fishers experience and respond to climate change? Empirical evidence from the Pangnirtung community in Nunavut, Canada. Check out his poster by clicking the following link.

Eranga’s Poster – Inuit Fishers

At the same time, Darya will be presenting on Bakeapple picking in a changing physical and social landscape.

Darya boating in the field

My research aim is to consider the vulnerability of land based livelihoods to climate change through the lens of bakeapple picking. At Arctic Change, I will share my research results in both a poster and presentation format. I will focus on the environmental and social changes that have impacted the activity of berry picking in a case study community in southern Labrador.  – Darya Anderson

Next in line is Nathan, who will be presenting at 1:00pm on A systems network approach for climate change vulnerability assessment. If you can’t make his presentation, click the following link to read about Nathan’s approach to climate change vulnerability assessment.

Nathan’s Poster, A Systems Approach

Check back in later today for more information on the other presenters!

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