Impacts of decline harvest of country food on nutrient intake among Inuit in Arctic Canada: impact of climate change and possible adaptation plan

@inproceedings{Rosol2016ImpactsOD,
  title={Impacts of decline harvest of country food on nutrient intake among Inuit in Arctic Canada: impact of climate change and possible adaptation plan},
  author={Renata Rosol and Stephanie Powell-Hellyer and Hing M. Chan},
  booktitle={International journal of circumpolar health},
  year={2016}
}
Background The pervasive food insecurity and the diet transition away from local, nutrient-rich country foods present a public health challenge among Inuit living in the Canadian Arctic. While environmental factors such as climate change decreased the accessibility and availability of many country food species, new species were introduced into regions where they were previously unavailable. An adaptation such as turning to alternate country food species can be a viable solution to substitute… CONTINUE READING
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