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Lisa Koperqualuk

Lisa Koperqualuk is vice-president of International ICC Canada.

Opinion | BY LISA KOPERQUALUK | April 4, 2024
Liz Pijogge, a northern contaminants researcher for the Nunatsiavut government, collects plastic samples in the Nunatsiavut region. Image courtesy SuliaKaKatigelluta: Community Monitoring of Plastic Pollution in Nunatsiavut
Opinion | BY LISA KOPERQUALUK | April 4, 2024
Opinion | BY LISA KOPERQUALUK | April 4, 2024
Liz Pijogge, a northern contaminants researcher for the Nunatsiavut government, collects plastic samples in the Nunatsiavut region. Image courtesy SuliaKaKatigelluta: Community Monitoring of Plastic Pollution in Nunatsiavut
Opinion | BY LISA KOPERQUALUK, NEIL BOSE | June 29, 2023
Dr. Wei Qui, left, department of ocean and naval architectural engineering, Memorial University; Lisa Koperqualuk, president ICC Canada; Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne; Lisa Smith, executive director ICC Canada; Dr. Tana Allen, acting vice-president research, Memorial University; Dr. Aldo Chircop, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie Photograph courtesy of ICC Canada
Opinion | BY LISA KOPERQUALUK, NEIL BOSE | June 29, 2023
Opinion | BY LISA KOPERQUALUK, NEIL BOSE | June 29, 2023
Dr. Wei Qui, left, department of ocean and naval architectural engineering, Memorial University; Lisa Koperqualuk, president ICC Canada; Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne; Lisa Smith, executive director ICC Canada; Dr. Tana Allen, acting vice-president research, Memorial University; Dr. Aldo Chircop, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie Photograph courtesy of ICC Canada
Opinion | BY LISA KOPERQUALUK | November 3, 2022
Ice breakup near Greenland. The Paris Accord goal to limit global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels is no longer disregarded as all corners of the globe are facing fires, floods, hurricanes, and melting permafrost and glaciers. But the Arctic is warming up to three times as fast as the global average, writes Lisa Koperqualuk. Photograph by John Crump, copyright Inuit Circumpolar Council Canada
Opinion | BY LISA KOPERQUALUK | November 3, 2022
Opinion | BY LISA KOPERQUALUK | November 3, 2022
Ice breakup near Greenland. The Paris Accord goal to limit global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels is no longer disregarded as all corners of the globe are facing fires, floods, hurricanes, and melting permafrost and glaciers. But the Arctic is warming up to three times as fast as the global average, writes Lisa Koperqualuk. Photograph by John Crump, copyright Inuit Circumpolar Council Canada
Opinion | BY LISA KOPERQUALUK | December 6, 2021
Inuit face an existential threat and are experiencing a violation of our fundamental human right to a safe and healthy environment, writes Lisa Koperqualuk.
Opinion | BY LISA KOPERQUALUK | December 6, 2021
Opinion | BY LISA KOPERQUALUK | December 6, 2021
Inuit face an existential threat and are experiencing a violation of our fundamental human right to a safe and healthy environment, writes Lisa Koperqualuk.