Climate Change and Health Community Photovoice Research Project - Iqaluit, NU

Date : March 13, 2010
These photographs are the results of a community photovoice research project and training workshop that took place in Iqaluit, NU in May 2009. The participants photographed the elements in the community that they felt were representative of ways in which climate change will/can impact health in their community.

Climate Change and Health Community Photovoice Research Project - Iqaluit, NU

Photo Gallery
  1. "Melting environment"

  2. "Necessary Adaptation"

  3. "Stuck" - our children are stuck with what we leave for them

  4. "Recycling"

  5. "Leaving our mark" on our environment"

  6. "Reflecting" - where we've been and where we are going

  7. "What happens to our homes?" - impacts of permafrost thaw on northern infrastructure

  8. "Changing way of life" - as the environment warms, we will see more and more of these for sale because we won't be able to use t

  9. "Loss" - on many levels - loss of sea ice; land ice; way of life; culture

  10. "Broken weather"

  11. Process Photo - discussing the messages of the photos and grouping into similar categories

    Process Photo - discussing the messages of the photos and grouping into similar categories
  12. Process photo - everyone out and armed with cameras

    Process photo - everyone out and armed with cameras
  13. "Contaminating our water"

  14. "Reversible Damage" - in the way that the damage to this vehicle may be reversible, the impacts of climate change may be reversi

  15. Process Photo - identifying themes and action plan

    Process Photo - identifying themes and action plan
  16. Process Photo - the group

    Process Photo - the group