Lead a community engagement and education project on environmental stewardship in the shared hunting and fishing territory between the Kanesatake and Kahnawà:ke communities

Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (2018-2019)
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2019
Kanesatake and Kahnawà:ke

In collaboration with the Mohawk Council of Kanesatake’s Ratishontsanonhstats Environment and McGill University, we received federal funding (FNECP, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch, Government of Canada to perform the first analysis of environmental contaminants on this First Nations territory to understand the potential effects on the health of community members.

Mohawk Council of Kanesatake’s environmental contaminants and health impact project (2019-present)
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Year:
2019
Kanesatake

In collaboration with Dr. Fayazi of the Institute for Disaster Management and Reconstruction (IDMR) at the Sichuan University and Polytechnic University of Hong Kong and Eugene Nicholas, manager of the Mohawk Council of Kanesatake’s Ratishontsanonhstats Environment. Link to our work https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1bN5m7t2zZ35U-

Barriers to climate change in Indigenous communities (2018-present)
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2018
Kanesatake

We have led ecological assessments for citizens that wish to protect natural spaces targeted for development. We have worked with two communities in the Montreal area and have successfully contributed to the temporary cessation of development in one of these communities.

Grassroots conservation in local communities (2018-present)
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2018
Montreal area

This community engagement project on the Mohawk territory of Kanesatake aimed to understand the community’s historical and present view on the health of the Ottawa River Watershed. Community members reported that they finally felt that their voice was heard on long-term concerns over the health of the watershed.

Ottawa River Watershed Study, Kanesatake’s Ratihontsanonhstats Environment Department (Funded by Environment and Climate Change Canada, 2018)
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2018
Ottawa River

In 2018, we led a study to identify the major issues impeding the application of a federal law, the Migratory Birds Convention Act, in local municipalities. Our results show a general willingness to take action to protect birds by municipalities but a lack of knowledge on how to proceed

Protecting birds in Quebec: assisting municipalities to become leaders in the protection of birds (2018-present)
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2018
Quebec

We acted as technical and scientific advisors for the Inuit communities of Salluit and Kangiqsujuaq. Our role was to review the environmental and social impact assessment study and proposed mitigation measures for Raglan Mine’s (Glencore group) mining projects planned for 2019-2039 in Nunavik, Quebec, Canada.

Environmental and Social Impact Study, Nunavik (2016-2017)
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2017
Nunavik, Quebec
Get In Touch

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General Inquiries:

terrahumanasolutions@gmail.com

Dr. Isabelle-Anne Bisson:

ibisson@terrahumanasolutions.com

Interviews, media, press: 

media@lidermarketing.ca

Contact number: +1-514-654-7835

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