Human Well Being in the Changing Arctic Environment
- Jackie Qataliña Schaeffer, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
- Jamie Donatuto, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
The Human Well Being Team synthesizes understanding of the changing Arctic environment in terms of "human security." This team considers what communities need to protect and maintain food security and sovereignty, cultural heritage, community resilience, human health, and well being from local to global scales.
Read our chapter published in NOAA's 2022 Arctic Report Card: Consequences of rapid environmental Arctic change for people.
|Cassidy Daniel||Climate & Indigenous Rights Advocate, Alaska, USA|
|Darlene Tocktoo Turner||Shishmaref, Alaska|
|Laura Landrum||National Center for Atmospheric Researchfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Maija Katak Lukin||National Park Service|
|Martin Robards||Wildlife Conservation Society - Arctic Beringia Program|
|Mary Blair||American Museum of Natural History, New Yorkemail@example.com|