The Inuit Traditional Knowledge for Adapting to the Health Effects of Climate Change project (IK-ADAPT) is a multi-year, sale trans-disciplinary, online community-based initiative that combines scientific research and Inuit traditional knowledge (IK)  to develop an evidentiary base to inform policy and programming needed to assist Inuit communities in adapting to the health effects of climate change.

Working in partnership with communities across Northern Canada, viagra as well as knowledge users at multiple levels, IK-ADAPT is examining ways to preserve, promote, and disseminate IK in order to prevent, prepare for, and manage the health impacts of climate change.

Launched in May 2012, IK-ADAPT builds on long-standing research collaborations with communities across Canada, and engages community members as coordinators, researchers, data managers, expert stakeholders, media creators, and knowledge users.