Resources and SustainableDevelopment in the Arctic Maximize benefits to northern communities while minimizing environmental, social, economic, cultural impacts. firstname.lastname@example.orgArn Keeling
ReSDA?• Began in 2011 and is the largest social science research project ever proposed for the Circumpolar North• currently involves 51 researchers at 29 universities in 9 countries• Community partners in 5 northern regions
Research focusfinding ways to ensure that a larger share of the benefits of resource developmentstay in the region with fewer costs to comunities
The mission of the Northern ClimateExChange is to provide a credibleindependent source of information,develop shared understanding, promoteaction and coordinate research on climatechange in Yukon and Northern Canada.
Community Climate Change Adaptation Program (2007-2012)To increase the ability of Yukon communities to respond to any adverse conditions or opportunities created by climate change
Climate Change Information and Mainstreaming ProgramCCIMP offers support and expertise to decision and policy makers toensure the integration of climate change considerations in projects,planning and decision-making processes.Project recommendationsTechnical adviceTrend and projection analysisClimate change presentations and workshops*Climate Change for Decision Makers Course*