Volume 34, numéro 1, 2010 Les Inuit et le changement climatique The Inuit and Climate Change Sous la direction de A. Nicole Stuckenberger

Sommaire (16 articles)

  1. Les Inuit et le changement climatique
  2. Anticipation, climate change, and movement in Greenland
  3. Inuit perceptions of climate change in East Greenland
  4. Yup’ik perspectives on climate change: “The world is following its people”
  5. The religion of nature: Evangelical perspectives on the environment
  6. Climate change, oil and gas development, and Inupiat whaling in northwest Alaska
  7. Co-management institutions, knowledge, and learning: Adapting to change in the Arctic
  8. The tip of the iceberg: Ice as a non-human actor in the climate change debate

Note de recherche / Short paper

  1. Should we turn the tent? Inuit women and climate change

Recensions / Book reviews

  1. BAZIN, Eric, Charles, Gabriel, Hervé, and Jean-Francois, 2008 Étienne Bazin, Oblat de Marie Immaculée: Pionnier des Missions en Pays Inuit, Dijon, Editions Clea, 89, Foreword by Bernard Saladin d’Anglure, 255 pages.
  2. GELLER, Peter Northern Exposures. Photographing and Filming the Canadian North, 1920-1945, Vancouver, Toronto, UBC Press, 258 pages.
  3. HANSEN, Keld, 2008 Nuussuarmiut - Hunting Families on the Big Headland. Demography, Subsistence and Material Culture in Nuussuaq, Upernavik, Northwest Greenland, Copenhagen, Meddelelser om Grønland, Man and Society, 35, 239 pages.
  4. JACOBSON, Anna, 2009 Elnguq: An Eskimo Girl’s Childhood in the Alaska Wilderness, Anchorage, Publication Consultants, 128 pages
  5. NICKELS, Scot, Chris FURGAL, Mark BUELL and Heather MOQUIN, 2006 Unikkaaqatigiit (Putting a human face on climate change). Perspectives from Inuit in Canada, Ottawa, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, Nasivvik Centre for Inuit Health and Changing Environments (Université Laval), Ajunnginiq Centre (National Aboriginal Health Organization), 197 pages.
  6. UNESCO, 2009 Climate Change and Arctic Sustainable Development: Scientific, Social, Cultural and Educational Challenges, Paris, UNESCO Publishing, 357 pages.
  1. Revue des revues / Survey of periodicals

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