Nothing About Us Without Us
Indigenous communities are looking to better manage the social, cultural, health, environmental and economic issues related to cumulative effects...
Sharing What is Better for All
Indigenous values are core to the ICCE mission, and they inform our guiding principles. There is no single Indigenous culture in Canada...
Education for All Worlds
In February 2020, ICCE hosted its inaugural event, the Indigenous Forum on Cumulative Effects. The three-day gathering brought together...
The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq (CMM) addresses cumulative effects by building community capacity through training to monitor past, present and future effects of industrial development on their land. Read More >
The Pekuakamiulnuatsh First Nation, within the Tshishipiminu partnership, aims to develop an administrative decision-making tool to assess the cumulative effects of diverse industries on the practice of cultural activities of the Pekuakamiulnuatsh. Read More >
Northwest Territories Cumulative Impact Monitoring Program (NWT-CIMP) supports better resource management decision-making and the wise use of resources by furthering the understanding of cumulative impacts and environmental trends. Read More >
The Metlakatla Cumulative Effects Management program links assessment information to decision-making by outlining mitigation and management strategies designed to prevent undesirable impacts to prioritized values. Read More >
The McMurray Métis are engaged in a partnership with a broad group of academic and community researchers to help them improve their understanding and capacity regarding land and water management. Read More >
The recommendations of the Baffin Bay and David Strait’s SEA, done by the Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB) include cumulative effects as important to future assessments of valued ecosystemic and socioeconomic elements, including food security. Read More >
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