This paper by Martha Dowsley, Shari Gearheard,  Noor Johnson and Jocelyn Inksetter focuses on Inuit women’s perspectives from Qikiqtarjuaq and Clyde River, Nunavut, regarding recent environmental changes. First, both primary and secondary effects of environment change are analyzed and then a preliminary discussion on women’s role in responses to climate change follows. The research concludes that gender helps shape Inuit knowledge of environmental change and that women can contribute not only to physical changes but also to the resulting social changes.