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Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut: Environment: Contaminants, Land Use and Climate Change

By: Minnie Grey(Author), Marianne A Stenbaek(Author)
Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut: Environment: Contaminants, Land Use and Climate Change
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Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut: Environment: Contaminants, Land Use and Climate Change, the sixth in a series anthologizing writings by Inuit in Nunavik over the last thirty-five years, presents articles on environmental contaminants, land use, and climate change. Written by members of the Inuit community and non-Inuit who have worked closely with the community to better understand environmental concerns, the articles in Voices and Images of Nunavimmiut shed light on how interaction with the natural environment has changed dramatically in the past three decades.

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Minnie Grey has worked actively throughout her career to improve quality of life for the Inuit. Marianne A. Stenbaek is professor of cultural studies at McGill and has worked closely with Inuit organizations in Canada and Greenland for over thirty years. Sheila Watt-Cloutier is a respected national and international climate change advocate, who was nominated together with Al Gore for the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize. She combines traditional knowledge with more modern western science.

By: Minnie Grey(Author), Marianne A Stenbaek(Author)
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