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The Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources (CIER) invites applicants for the position of Research Associate.
Taking time to care for yourself is always important, but COVID restrictions has really underlined the importance of paying attention to and caring for our bodies, minds, and spirits.
Nous sommes ravis d'annoncer que les versions françaises de ces ressources sont maintenant disponibles: Lisez ici
We are excited to announce that the French versions of the ICCAP resources are now available.
There are currently over 800 Species at Risk in Canada, according to the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. We need to work together to help these species begin to thrive again on the home we all share.
That’s why CIER has partnered with Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) on a Species at Risk Act (SARA) Consultation, Cooperation, and Accommodation Pilot Project.
Social Media Coordinator Position
Do you enjoy social media engagement? Are you looking for a way to foster your creativity to support an organization’s voice? If yes, then this is the opportunity for you!
With your help, CIER can keep tackling complicated problems. Join us in changing the world.
We're excited to announce the launch of the Indigenous Climate Change Adaption Planning Toolkit, created with First Nations Adapt.
This toolkit will support Indigenous communities as they plan for climate risks like the loss of Winter roads, wildfires, and more.
The Toolkit’s climate adaption guidebook, 2 Indigenous glossaries, and other user-friendly resources can support communities no matter where they are in their climate change adaption journey.
View the full toolkit here.
In recent months we’ve all been at home more often. Whether you’re working from home or just spending more evening and weekends in, here are 5 simple steps you can take to be more environmentally conscious.
"It's great to be with such a dedicated group of leaders who are committed to reconciliation. It's inspiring to see over 25 governments come together, some having not come together in over 150 years."
Resetting the National Sail: A Considerations Paper on Indigenous Governance and The Canada Water Agency
Water is critical to life, yet our water resources are at great risk due to climate change, pollution, overuse and other management challenges. On December 19, 2019, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau mandated ECCC Minister Jonathan Wilkinson to “create a new Canada Water Agency to work together with the provinces, territories, Indigenous communities, local authorities, scientists and others to find the best ways to keep our water safe, clean and well-managed.”