1. "Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit of Climate Change in Nunavut 2005" (pdf) is "a study of the Inuit knowledge on climate change was conducted with the residents of Baker Lake and Arviat, Nunavut."
- "The study was completed under contract to the Government of Nunavut, Department of Environment, Environmental Protection Division to aid in the development of a Nunavut Climate Change Strategy."
- "The experiences of the community were recorded during semi-directed interviews, workshops and radio phone-in programs.
- "The resulting data reveals that within the last decade the residents of Baker Lake and Arviat have experienced" a wide variety of environmental changes.
2. The pdf does the following:
- Introduces Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit
- Lays out its study methodology, which "consisted of of six components: literature review; compilation of a glossary; semi-directed interviews; a community workshop; community radio phone-in show; and analysis"
- Does a literature review of "English-language social science literature ... back to 1993 to identify studies of Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) and environmental change, internationally."
- Presents detailed findings pertaining to seasons; weather, temperature; winds, storms and skies; snow; rain; sea ice; freshwater ice; rivers and lakes; vegetation and land; wildlife; and health.
- Includes a glossary of climate-change related "terms from the scientific study of climate change, and Inuktitut terminology used by Elders during interviews, workshops and radio shows."
3. See also
- "For Educators" (many of the resources and activities are aimed at younger students but they provide useful basic information and can be easily adapted for higher level use as well)