Principal Investigator, Queen’s University
Dr. Robert Way is a Kallunângajuk (Nunatsiavut) from central Labrador (Vâli). He is currently an Assistant Professor and leads the Northern Environmental Geoscience Laboratory in the Department of Geography and Planning at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Dr. Way’s research program focuses on understanding the interactions between various components of northern geosystems and ecosystems, and to support prediction of the terrestrial impacts of climate change on ecosystems, geosystems, infrastructure and people. Dr. Way’s experiences and relationships with Inuit communities in Labrador have profoundly shaped the 10+ years he has been working on issues related to climate change.