• CBC Radio. The Current. Experiencing ‘eco-anxiety’? Report suggests link between climate change and mental health. April 6, 2017. Listen here.
  • CBC Radio. Spark. Labrador Inuit develop app to track changes in the land. December 6, 2016. Listen here.
  • First Voices Radio. Feature interview on environmental change and ecological mourning in the North. April 12, 2016.
  • CBC Radio. Up North. Interview on climate change and mental health in the North. March 19, 2015. Listen here.
  • CBC Radio. Information Morning Cape Breton. Interview on Children’s University Presentation on Polar Bears, Dog Teams, and Seals.. Oh My: Learning from the Inuit. February 23, 2015. Listen here. 
  • CBC Radio. Mainstreet Cape Breton. Interview on IPCC Report release and implications for Atlantic Canada and Cape Breton, October 28, 2014.
  • CBC Radio. Information Morning Cape Breton. Interview on documentary film and People’s Climate Forum, September 17, 2014.
  • CBC Radio. Labrador Morning. Interview on documentary film, Attutauniujuk Nunami/Lament for the Land. June 6, 2014. Listen here.
  • “Film Documents Impacts of Climate Change on Labrador Inuit”. CBC North, June 2, 2014.
  • CBC Radio. Labrador Morning. Interview on Community Perspectives of Climate Change and Mental Health Research. January 15, 2014.
  • CBC Radio. Quirks and Quarks. Research Interview on Climate Change and Mental Health. January 11, 2014. Listen here.
  • CBC Radio. Mainstreet Cape Breton. Celebrating Two Canada Research Chairs. November 28, 2013. Listen here
  • CBC Radio. Information Radio Cape Breton. Research Interview on Climate Change and Mental Health. October 8, 2013. Listen here.
  • “Cold”. Pioneer Radio, University of Guelph: Interview. January 2012. Listen here.
  • CBC Radio, Labrador Morning Show: Interview.  August 2009.

Selected Media

  • “Climate change affecting mental health in Northern Labrador.” CBC News – The National featured interview. May 26, 2017
  • Sabrina Fabian (2017). Trapped ‘like a caged animal’: Climate change taking toll on mental health of Inuit. CBC News. May 27, 2017.
  • Evan Careen (2016). ‘We Need to Do Things Differently.’ Collaborative Podcast Tackles Water Management. The Labradorian. May 30, 2016.
  • Ellie Robbins (2016). In Nunatsiavut in Northern Canada, a Community Faces the Mental Health Impact of Climate Change. May 25, 2016.
  • Evan Careen (2016). Monitoring Climate Change? There’ll Be An App for That. The Labradorian. May 24, 2016.
  • Rachael Kelly (2016). InukBook app to monitor health, environment in Nunatsiavut, Labrador. Canadian Geographic. April 15, 2016.
  • Tyler Hamilton (2016). Aboriginal leaders are warning of mental health cost of climate change in the North.
  • David Suzuki. (2015). Healing Humanity’s Grief in the Face of Climate Change. Research featured in David Suzuki’s Science Matters column, December 8, 201
  • “Climate Change, Stories, and the Work of Mourning”. Isthmus & Strait featured Interview. June 10, 2014.
  • “CBU Faculty Working to Integrate Indigenous and Western Knowledge for Effective Water Management in Canada.” Cape Breton University News. June 6, 2014.
  • “Film Documents Impacts of Climate Change on Labrador Inuit”. CBC North & CBC Aboriginal. June 2, 2014.
  • “Arctic: As the Ice Sheets Melt, Communities Worry that Health Effects are Overlooked”. Climate Wire. May 29, 2014.
  • “Climate Change is Bad for Inuit Health, Research Groups Says: McGill Group says the Arctic Needs Better Adaptation Policies”. Nunatsiaq News. April 28, 2014.
  • “On Thin Ice: Labrador’s Lifestyle is Slowing Melting Away”. Downhome Magazine. April 2014, Vol 6, No 11.
  • “Climate Change Rattles Mental Health of Inuit in Labrador. CBC Science & Technology. January 10, 2014. (picked up on international news wires)
  • “What Climate Change Does to Our Minds.” The Tyee. December 9, 2013. (picked up on
  • “Open letter to Leona Aglukkaq from McGill climate research group.” Nunatsiaq News, January 14, 2013. Read article.
  • “Community Needs Should be a Priority for Aglukkaq at Arctic Council.” Northern Public Affairs. January 11, 2013. Read article.
  • “Climate Change Affects Mental Health of Inuit: Lack of Snow and Ice Changes Their Way of Life.” University of Guelph News. May 7, 2012. Read article.
  • “U of G Students Hope Stephen Harper Won’t Hang Up on the Environment.” The Guelph Mercury. March 2012. Read article.
  • “Engaged Learning that Matters: The Canada and Climate Change Seminar Moved out of the Classroom with the Message, ‘It’s Real and It’s Happening'”. First Year Seminars, University of Guelph. March 2012. Read article.
  • “Climate Change Poses Health Threats in Arctic” (2012). Canadian Medical Association Journal. 84(1), E33-E34. Read article.
  • “Storytelling Links Climate Change and Health: Researchers, Inuit Community Collaborate on Digital Storytelling Project.” University of Guelph News. July 4, 2011. Read article.

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