Climate change is impacting Indigenous Peoples and communities across Canada in different ways. The stories in this category describe programs or initiatives that connect people with their lands and culture. Some initiatives teach living-on-the-land skills, and some stories talk about programs that provide training to youth and community members to monitor what is taking place on their lands, balancing Indigenous worldviews, traditional ecological knowledge (TEK), and scientific knowledge.
This is one in a set of three videos that talk about life along the Deh Cho (Mackenzie River) in the Sahtu. The topic of this video is how their environment is changing due to climate change.
The Environmental Technology Program through Nunavut Arctic College emphasizes how systems work in the environment through different methods on the land and in the classroom.
Dechinta’s model of program delivery is innovative and responsive to the needs of diverse learners. We offer a setting where families can learn together through our Chekoa Nı̨ htł’èkǫ ̨̀ Deè (KidsU...