Reports

@ccadapt has led a number of reports for government, industry, and civil society organizations. A big focus has been on knowledge synthesis, characterizing the current state of knowledge on climate change for a particular region or sector, including strategic advice on adaptation policy, program development, and future directions.


Araos, M., Austin, S., Ford. J. (2017). Canadian Cities Unprepared for the Health Impacts of Climate Change. The Conversation.

Olazabal, M., Galarraga, I., Ford, J., Lesnikowski, A., Sainz de Murietaa, E. (2017). Towards successful adaptation: a checklist for the development of climate change adaptation plans. Working Paper: Basque Centre for Climate Change, Working Paper Series 2017-01. Leioa, Spain.

Shah, C., King, N., Siron, R., Larivee, C., Ford, J., Harper, S. (2017). State of Knowledge and Gap Analysis on Climate Change Adaptation in Nunavik. Report for Department of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC).

Bunce, A., Labbe, J., Ford, J., Pearce, T. (2016). Climate change policy in the Inuit Nunangat: State of play report. Report produced for Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK).

 Informed the creation of ITKs “Inuit priorities for Canada’s climate Change Strategy.”

Macdonald, J., Huet, C., and Ford, J. (2015). The commercialization of country food and food security: The case of Greenland and what Nunavut can learn. A report for the Government of Nunavut.

Austin, S., Shefka, D., Ford, J. (2015). Tracking Surveillance and Monitoring of Climate Change and Health Impacts in Canadian Jurisdictions. A report for the Climate Change and Health Office, Health Canada, Ottawa.

Austin, S., Ford, J., Berrang-Ford, L. (2014). Climate Change Adaptation Actions in the Health Sector and Their Usefulness in Canada. A report for the Climate Change and Health Office, Health Canada, Ottawa.

Pearce, T., Ford, J., Duerden, F., Furgal, C., Dawson, J., and Smit, B. (2014). Chapter 10 – Factors of Adaptation: Climate Change Policy Responses for Canada’s Inuit Population. ArcticNet IRIS Chapter.

Berrang-Ford, L., Ford, J., D. Austin, S. (2014). State of knowledge and gaps of public health and climate change adaptation. A report for the Public Health Agency of Canada, Ottawa.

Champalle, C., Tudge, P., Sparling, E., Riedlsperger, R., Ford, J., and Bell, T. (2013). Adapting the built environment in a changing northern climate: A review of climate hazard-related mapping and vulnerability assessments of the built environment in Canada’s North to inform climate change adaptation. Report for Natural Resource Canada, Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Division, Ottawa, Canada.

Bolton, K., Loughead, M., Ford, J et al. (2011). What we know, don’t know, and need to know about climate change in Nunavut, Nunavik, and Nunatsiavut: A systematic literature review and gap analysis. A report for Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, produced by McGill University, Inuit Tapirrit Kanatami, and the Nunavut Research Institute.

Ford, J., and Beaumier, M. (2009). Food insecurity among Inuit women in Igloolik, Nunavut: The role of climate change and multiple stressors. Final report for Health Canada’s Climate Change Adaptation in Northern First Nations and Inuit Communities Program.

Pearce, T., Ford, J., et al. (2009). Climate change impacts and adaptations in the Canadian mining sector. Report for the David Suzuki Foundation.

Pearce, T. Ford, J., et al. (2009). Climate change vulnerability and adaptation in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region: A systematic literature review and gap analysis. Report for Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. p144.

Pearce, T., Ford, J., et al. (2010). Climate Change Adaptation Action Plan, Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories. Guelph, Ontario. Joint publication of the Community of Ulukhaktok and ArcticNorth Consulting: 51p. ISBN: 0-9865908-0-

Pearce, T., Ford, J., et al. (2010). Climate Change Adaptation Action Plan, Paulatuk, Northwest Territories. Guelph, Ontario. Joint publication of the Community of Paulatuk and ArcticNorth Consulting: 53 p. ISBN: 0-9865908-0-8
Ford, J. (2008). Scientific challenges, emerging issues, and the Canadian advantage in Arctic research: A social science perspective. Report for the High Arctic Research Station working group.

Ford, J., et al. (2007). Food in Igloolik: Issues and Concerns. Report of research findings to the community of Igloolik.

Ford, J., and Berrang Ford, L. (2007). A response to the “Gorey Truths.” A report produced for the Victoria Business Club.

Ford, J., and Pearce, T. (2007). Planning for climate change in the mining sector. The Canadian Mining Journal, 4th April 2007.

Ford, J., and Pearce, T. (2007). Industry panning for climate change. Plant: Canada’s Industry Magazine, In Press.
Pearce, T., Ford, J., and Smit, B. (2007). How is Climate Change Affecting the North; and How is it Changing the Way Business is Done? Paper developed for Canadian Institute’s Arctic Logistics for Energy and Mining Project Development conference, June 2007.

Ford, J., et al. (2005). Living with climate change in Arctic Bay. Report of research findings to the community of Arctic Bay.

Ford, J., et al. (2005). Living with climate change in Igloolik. Report of research findings to the community of Igloolik.

Ford, J., et al. (2005). Living with change in Nunavut: Vulnerability of two Inuit communities to risks associated with climate change. Report to the Nunavut Department of the Environment. Dept. of Geography, University of Guelph, 18 p.

Ford, J., et al. (2005). Living with change in Nunavut: Vulnerability of two Inuit communities to risks associated with climate change. Report to Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami. Dept. of Geography, University of Guelph, 20 p.