Climate Change Impacts on Ice, Winter Roads, Access Trails and Manitoba First Nations. 2006.
The purpose of this study was to identify impacts and strategies for climate change on ice conditions, winter roads, access trails, and Manitoba First Nations. Community members and external organizations described the:
CIER examined these strategies, identified gaps, and developed a series of recommendations to address these gaps. CIER summarized this information into seven overarching strategies at the community-level and seven interrelated overarching strategies at the government-level through which impacts of climate change on ice, winter roads, access trails, and First Nations could be addressed.
The summary documents provide the information provided by each of the five participating communities. The pamphlet presents the key project findings and highlights means for First Nations, First Nations regional organizations, and provincial/federal governments to take action to address climate change impacts on the daily lives of community members.
Project Findings and Highlights pamphlet (275 KB)