Community Sharing Circle Briefing Note: Bloodvein First Nation, Manitoba
An interactive sharing circle-style workshop was held in Bloodvein on February 17, 2011 to explore a series of questions to better understand how the local environment helps maintain and improve the well-being of First Nations peoples living in remote communities.
The sharing circle also discussed observed changes in the local environment and how the community might possibly cope with and adapt to future environmental changes related to climate variability and change. The sharing circle was facilitated by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD).
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