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Our People, Our Climate

Our People, Our Climate is a ground-breaking documentary film initiative, aiming to develop the storytelling skills of Nunavut youth and young adults. Inuit communities across Canada's Arctic are essential to current climate change discussions, and this project brings together a range of young people in these communities to tell important stories through a unique and distinct cultural lens.


A man rides a Sea-Doo on rippling water, a spray of droplets rising from the back of the vehicle. The sea and sky are divided by a line of mountains, which look deep blue in the light
Inside of a community space, a group of fifteen people gather to learn how to skin a seal. Two skins are laid out, pink flesh facing upwards as instructors demonstrate the technique
A man looks out over a snowy landscape with a line of glaciers in the distance, outlined by a clear blue sky. He stands on the edge of a roadway, the ground textured with tire tracks.
An ice-covered road in the middle of a street lined with houses and cars against a backdrop of snow. Kids are walking down the roadway and one of them is playing with a hockey stick.
A closeup of a traditional Inuit oil lamp. The lamp’s flame burns across the middle of the image as three people sit in the background

Our People, Our Climate – Film

Arctic Youth Visualizing Climate Change

Olaf Kuhlke Interview

Carmen Barrieau Interview, Carmen Barrieau!!

Anna Irwin Interview, Anna Irwin!!

Alec Johnson Interview

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