Studying the cumulative effects of development to Indigenous land-use practices in Saskatchewan.
Engaging Nlaka’pamux communities in the development of a study addressing community concerns about the effects of mine dust on traditional plants in the Highland Valley area of British Columbia.
Training WOTR staff to conduct modelling for rural study areas in Maharashtra, India, to identify key management actions that could improve both agricultural sustainability and maintenance of ecological goods and services.
Assessing water and carbon fluxes on reclaimed oil-sands mine sites to develop indicators of reclamation function and success.
This study was undertaken to gain a better understanding of the cumulative implications of resource development on the opportunities of Aboriginal people to sustain and express cultural values.
In collaboration with HVC staff and Nlaka’pamux communities, IEG completed an End Land Use Plan (ELUP) for the Teck Highland Valley Copper (HVC) Mine in British Columbia.
Mackenzie River Basin State of the Aquatic Ecosystem Report (MRB SOAER) for Environment and Climate Change Canada
In partnership with Associated Environmental, IEG conducted an aquatic health assessment (State of the Aquatic Ecosystem Report) of the Mackenzie River Basin for Environment and Climate Change Canada.
IEG is a partner on the Kitatipithitamak Mithwayawin project. The team is being led by Stephane McLachlan at the University of Manitoba and an Advisory Council made up of Health Directors, Tribal Councils, and Health authorities from Manitoba and Ontario.
Assessing the impacts of experimentally applied nitrogen additions to jack pine forests, bogs and fens in the oil-sands region of northeastern Alberta to determine critical loads for nitrogen emissions in the region.
Developing methods to reliably predict soil water and ecosystem occurrence in severely disturbed landscapes.