2002 CARC launches “A Plan for the Land”, a four-year landmark study was the first project of its kind to document long-term, cumulative effects of development on northern communities and ecosystems in the Great Slave Geological Province.
We have a new website! Please take a look and see what is the current status of caribou, our submissions to gov'ts regarding policy on resources and ongoing development projects in the north. We will also be weighing on trade this month too. Download the ebook Arctic One on international governance. Please donate if you can! Stay in touch here & follow us as we help the people & wildlife in the Arctic adjust to climate change. #Arctic #climatechange #caribou ... See MoreSee Less
A "petition seeking an order to protect the critical habitat of five severely threatened caribou herds in northeastern Alberta" was part of the oral questions in QP yesterday. Unfortunately the Minist...
We are launching our new website! Please take a look at the new CARC site and down load your free copy of One Arctic This volume of essays serves as a lens through which to interrogate more closely how Arctic states, Indigenous rights-holders, other stakeholders, and the Arctic Council itself produce and transform divergent Arctic imaginaries. carc.org/one-arctic/ #Arctic ... See MoreSee Less