Episode 480 Arctic Resilience

Whitney Lackenbauer is a professor at Trent University who studies the Canadian North. He is especially enthusiastic about the Rangers who work in their home regions of Canada’s Arctic, mainly to provide human security for their local neighbors, but they also support the maintenance of cultural practices, such as the ability to build snow houses: “igloos”. Regrettably, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has brought a pause to some of the research work being done by all the countries of the region. For the video, audio podcast, transcript and comments: https://tosavetheworld.ca/episode-480-arctic-resilience.


Whitney Lackenbauer


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