Three new case studies commissioned by the Canadian Institute for Climate Choices are now available, showcasing the leadership from Indigenous researchers and Knowledge Holders. The three case studies highlight the importance of Indigenous research and policy in equitable low carbon resilience. These three case studies, released during Indigenous History Month, are the first in a series of research that will be release by the Canadian Institute for Climate Choices over Summer 2021:

Seed Sowing” explores an Indigenous-led grassroots initiative supporting both climate action and reconciliation by restoring Indigenous Peoples’ relationships to Land and pathways to wellness.

The “Unnatural Disasters” study looks at colonialism, climate displacement, and Indigenous sovereignty in Siksika Nation’s disaster recovery efforts.

“Ayookxw Responding to Climate Change” showcases efforts to build a comprehensive understanding of the ecological health of Gitanyow territory and translate that knowledge into climate policy.