- Finding What Works: Mining in Inuit Nunangat
Frances Abele, Carleton University
- Project completed 2017 report, article, and gap analysis available
Gender relations and gender-based analysis at the resource development/traditional economy interface
Emilie Cameron, Carleton University, Suzanne Mills, McMaster University and Martha Dowsley, Lakehead University
- Labour Market Policy and Inuit Livelihoods in Nunavut
Josh Gladstone, Carleton University
- Augmenting the utility of IBAs for Northern Aboriginal Communities
Ben Bradshaw, University of Guelph
- Non-renewable resource development, homelessness & the potential for community-based housing governance and policy in the Northwest Territories, Canada.
Lisa Freeman, Kwantlen Polytechnic University and Julia Christensen, Roskilde University
- Project completed 2014 Final Report, “Inuvialuit Settlement Region Baseline Social Indicators Pilot Study (2014),” available.
Inuvialuit Indicators Project.
Andrey Petrov, University of Northern Iowa
- Labour mobility & community participation in the extractive industries: case studies in the Canadian north – Yukon
Gertrude Saxinger, University of Vienna
- Project completed December 2014 thesis and posters available
Measuring wellbeing to understand resource impacts
Kent Spiers, Lakehead University
- Project completed June 2014 final report and thesis available.
Mobile Miners: Long Distance commuting among mine workers in Whitehorse
Chris Jones, Lakehead University
- Project completed 2017 reports, publications, and papers published; poster available
Resource Royalties Distribution and Community Development
Thierry Rodon, University of Laval
- Understanding resource revenue flows and how to stop leakages: A case study of the Yukon
Lee Huskey, University of Alaska Anchorage
- Local Benefits of Education, Training and Employment with Resource Industries
Andrew P. Hodgkins, University of Alberta
- Creating Sovereign Wealth Funds for Aboriginal and Northern Local Communities.
Greg Poelzer, University of Saskatchewan
- Project completed August 2014 final report and thesis available
Gender and Decision-making in Natural Resource Management in the Yukon
Kiri Staples, University of Saskatchewan
- Project completed June 2016 final report and thesis available
Measuring the land based Economy of Inuit communities in Nunavik.
Shea Shirley, University of Saskatchewan
- Project completed August 2015 final report and thesis available
Resource Development and Subsistence Harvesting: Impact Mitigation and Best Practices
Harvey Lemelin and Rebecca Rooke, Lakehead University
- Theme Lead Research Focus – Land Claims and the Protection of Aboriginal Environmental Livelihoods in Nunavik and Alaska.
David Natcher, University of Saskatchewan
- Project completed 2015 journal article available.
Environmental Legacies, Resource Development and Remediation in the Arctic
John Sandlos, Memorial University
- Global Citizenship in the Arctic
Cynthia Amati, University of Alberta
- Project completed 2015 final thesis available.
Traditional Knowledge on the Impacts of Diamond Mining on Caribou and Communities in the Western Arctic
Kelsey Jansen, University of Alberta
- Well-Being and the Impacts of Resource Development
Brenda Parlee, University of Alberta
- Facilitating Sustainable Waste Management in a Northern Community and Resource Development Context at Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador
Catherine Keske, Memorial University-Grenfell Campus
- Socio-Economic Sustainability Indicators: building tools for understanding community wellbeing
Todd Godfrey and Bruno Wichmann, University of Alberta
- History of resource developments in the Arctic (Ken Coates, University of Saskatchewan)
- Impacts of resource developments on northern communities (Peter Schweitzer, University of Alaska, Fairbanks and Thierry Rodon, Laval University)
- Measurements of social and economic impacts of resource developments (Andrey Petrov, University of Northern Iowa)
- Resource revenue regimes (Lee Huskey, University of Alaska, Anchorage and Chris Southcott, Lakehead University)
- Social, economic, and environmental impact assessments (Bram Noble, University of Saskatchewan)
- Regional economic development (Frances Abele, Carleton University)
- Social dimensions of resource development and well-being (Brenda Parlee, University of Alberta)
- Community-industry relations (Ken Caine, University of Alberta)
- Impact Benefit Agreements (Ben Bradshaw, University of Guelph)
- Comprehensive land claims and resource development (David Natcher, University of Saskatchewan)
- Traditional knowledge and resource development (Henry Huntington, PEW Environmental Group Arctic
- Resources and environmental issues (Arn Keeling, Memorial University)
- Climate change and implications for community, regions, and resource developments (Chris Southcott, Lakehead University)
- Women and northern resource development (Suzanne Mill, McMaster University and Martha Dowsley, Lakehead University)