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Authors:  Margot W. Parkes, Sarah de Leeuw, and Margot Greenwood
Abstract:
This paper argues that the health and wellbeing of
Indigenous children, their communities, and ultimately their
nations, arises from connection with the land and from
cultural strengths linked with this connectivity. We provide
critical reflection on contemporary discussions about
impacts that climate change will have on the social,
ecological, cultural and historical determinants of health of
Indigenous children in Canada. Our analysis highlights
overlooked opportunities, perspectives and priorities that
demand attention in order to prevent climate change from
exacerbating the already unacceptable health inequities
experienced by Aboriginal children across Canada. 


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