|EALÁT Delivers to Arctic Council Ministerial: in Nuuk|
|Written by Philip Burgess|
|Friday, 13 May 2011 01:00|
Dramatic changes for indigenous peoples in the Arctic: Cornerstone project on indigenous peoples and climate change delivered to the 7th Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting
The Arctic Council project EALÁT will deliver its final report for the 7th Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting 12th May 2011 in Nuuk, Greenland. The EALÁT project was initiated by WRH to address climate change and loss of pastures in different reindeer herding regions of the world, and is a Norwegian led project of the Arctic Council. EALÁT has been a cornerstone project on indigenous peoples and climate change in the Arctic Council in 2007-2011.
Selected key findings:
Deliverables to the Arctic Council included:
- “EALÁT - Reindeer Herding, Traditional Knowledge and Adaptation to Climate Change and Loss of Pastures”. Project report 2007-2011, delivered May 2011. Based on the upcoming IPY EALÁT Scientific Report due July 2011.
- “EALÁT – Documentary Movie”. A 30 minute documentary movie, focusing on reindeer herding, climate change, land use change and adaptation.
Read about the Nuuk ministerial, declarations and signings here.
'Cooperation pledged by Arctic Nations / New York Times
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