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Atlas of climate change impacts on 11 First Nations in Quebec

Impacts of climate change on 11 First Nations in Quebec

In 2015, we published the latest version of this book, which paints a portrait of the impacts of climate change observed among 11 First Nations in Quebec: Akwesasne, Listuguj, Long Point First Nation (Winneway), Odanak, Opitciwan, Pessamit, Pikogan, Uashat mak Mani-Utenam, Wendake, Wolastoqiyik Wahsipekuk (Malécite de Viger) and Wôlinak.

This document does not represent exhaustive research into the effects of climate change on the lands visited. It includes testimonials and observations from land users (hunters, trappers, fishermen, gatherers, etc.) and community members (elders, band councils, school groups, etc.).

This publication was produced in collaboration with the AFNQL, the Association Québécoise de Lutte contre la Pollution Atmosphérique, the Abitibiwinni First Nation Council, ÉcoRessources, and the Grand Council of the Waban-Aki Nation.