Natalie Baird, Attagoyuk High School Students
Canada
2018
4
minutes
English
spoken
No
subtitles

Events

April 9, 2019
10:00 am
Roundhouse Community Centre
Vancouver
April 9, 2019
11:45 am
Roundhouse Community Centre
Vancouver

Life in coastal communities is connected to, and dependent on, oceans and marine resources. As temperatures rise and weather patterns change, the knowledge and experience developed over thousands of years is becoming less reliable for those navigating the land. The students of Pangnirtung, a small Inuit community located on Baffin Island, used pinhole cameras to capture their unique perspectives on how climate change is affecting their home and way of life.

Themes: environmental stewardship, climate change, traditional knowledge, youth advocacy, art and photography

 

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