Implementing Adaptive Capacity: First Nations in Transition - T'souke Nation. 2010.
Implementing Adaptive Capacity is a webcast that follows T'Sou-ke Nation's journey to sustainability. It provides an in-depth look at the four pillars of T'Sou-ke's adaptation to climate change strategy, including energy security, food security, cultural security and economic security. It also provides interested First Nations with information about how to implement projects such as those undertaken by T'Sou-ke Nation, from planning to implementation.
This project is part of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada's Sharing Knowledge for a Better Future, an Indian and Northern Affairs Canada publication. As one of the First Nations highlighted in this publication, T'Sou-ke Nation was inspired to work with CIER to develop this webcast to provide information and motivation to other First Nations to achieve their sustainability goals.