Inuit people must direct climate action that affects our homeland.

The world is looking to our homeland as a symbol of the planet’s changing climate. Our homeland has garnered both national and international attention for being one of the most drastically affected areas in the world.
We understand climate change as more than symbolic.
We have been adapting and responding to our changing climate and environment for years. No one has more at stake when it comes to addressing climate change issues than Inuit.

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Inuit Qaujisarvingat (knowledge) is necessary for successful climate action alongside the roles and responsibilities of the Canadian government and International agencies.

Coordinated effort between Inuit knowledge and Canadian government is necessary for successful climate action. Our climate strategy demands that we work together with the Canadian government and International agencies to implement action routed in Inuit knowledge and tradition.