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What we know, do not know, and need to know about climate change vulnerability in the western Canadian Arctic: a systematic literature review

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Are We Adapting to Climate Change?

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Climate Justice
Disaster Risk Management
Research

Advancing Adaptation Planning for Climate Change in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (ISR): A Review and Critique

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Public Health
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Climate Change Policy Responses for Canada's Inuit Population: The Importance of and Opportunities for Adaptation

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Disaster Risk Management
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Climate Change Adaptation for the Community of Paulatuk

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Case Study
Sector Addressed: 
Climate Justice
Rural / Indigenous Livelihoods
Summary: 

Paulatuk is a small hamlet located in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region of the western Canadian Arctic. Climate change is considered to be a significant challenge for Inuit communities and is already being experienced in the Canadian Arctic. Adaptation to climate change impacts is occurring at the individual and household level, and to some extent, at the community level.

Climate Change Adaptation for the Community of Ulukhaktok

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Development (socioeconomic)
Rural / Indigenous Livelihoods
Transportation / Infrastructure
Summary: 

Ulukhaktok is a small community of primarily Inuit people in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (ISR) of the western Canadian Arctic. Climate change is considered to be a significant challenge for Inuit communities and is already being experienced in the Canadian Arctic.