CBU Researcher Gets Earful on Climate Shift

Please to share more media coverage about our work on climate change and mental health in Nunatsiavut, this one by the Chronicle Herald in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

“Everyone, across the board, says, ‘The No. 1 thing I need to be healthy is to be out on the land.’ They’ll say, ‘We’re people of the land. Going out on the land is as much a part of our life as breathing. If I don’t get out on the land, I feel like a part of me is missing.’

“They would talk about the incredible feeling of freedom and solace and peace and healing that would come from being on the land and just how important it was to history and ancestral connections.”

To read the full article, please click here.

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