Roland Emingak gets ready for a day out on the land in Canada's eastern Arctic territory of Nunavut. Hunters like Emingak are increasingly collaborating with scientists to help the world better understand Arctic climate change. (Eilís Quinn/Eye on the Arctic)

Eye on the Arctic: Video Archive

This week on Eye on the Arctic, we’re dipping into our video vault for a look at Arctic science.

In an Eye on the Arctic project earlier this year, we explored the way Inuit communities in Canada are collaborating with scientists, pushing climate change research into important new areas, not only for them, but also for the rest of the world.

In Part 3, the last instalment of our three-part series, we speak to a University of Calgary Phd student about how working with a translator and drawings can help uncover changes in animal health.

For our full story, click here: How indigenous knowledge is changing what we know about the Arctic

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