|Title||Adapting to Climate Change through Source Water Protection: Case Studies from Alberta and Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Created by:||Robert J. Patrick|
|Description:||Uses six case studies to explore the extent to which climate change had been taken into consideration in community planning exercises between 2013 and 2017, with an emphasis on identification of threats and concerns, and adaption strategies to protect sources of drinking water.|
|Citation:||International Indigenous Policy Journal, Vol. 9, No. 3, Special Issue: Indigenous Peoples, Climate Change, and Environmental Stewardship, July 2018, p. Article 1.
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Science & Technology > Environment > Climate Change
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|Names:||Patrick, Robert J. [Find offline items]