Contents – quick links

Adaptation = Resilience = Sustainability – Interview with David Diablo
Caring Society – Interview with Gina Wilson
If there’s one word that describes First Nations communities it is resilience – Interview with Shawn A-in-chut Atleo
Lessons Learned and Lessons Ignored: A Commentary on Disaster and Hazard Mitigation for Navajo Nation and Beyond by Rosalie Whitehair
Inspiring Resilience: A reflection of Indigenous Public Health and our Chi’lange’lth by Shirley L. Williams
Lessons learned from the Beaver Lake Cree Nation on the Front Line of the 2016 Ft McMurray Wildfire Evacuation Efforts by Dylan Sandstorm and Crystal Lameman
Fire Protection Management within On-Reserve First Nations Communities by Alice Cullingford
Traditional Knowledge and Disaster Resilience of Indigenous Peoples by Arshad Khan Khalafzai and Jamila Nawaz
Discovering Resilience – the Quadra Island Story by Shaun Koopman
Local practices of resilience in Bihar: the case of Kusheshwar Asthan by Alex Tsakiridis
Whakaoranga Otautahi: a pre-emptive Maori approach towards auctioning the Sendai Framework for disaster risk reduction in Christchurch, New Zealand by Christine Kenney and Suzanne Phibbs
An Exploration of United States Federal Policy Targeting American Indian and Alaska Native Disaster Vulnerability by Lori Peek and Lucy Carter
Building Resilience through child-centered climate change adaptation and disaster risk management – an inclusive approach by Jamal Nemo
A new CRHNet Initiative: A national mentor program by Ron Kuban
Samahquam Ucwalmicw – taking charge for resilience by David Carson
Economic Resilience and Economic Development: reflections on breaking down silos in planning by Jeremy T. Stone
A dialogue from First Nations on emergency management across Canada by Emily Dicken and Lily Yumagulova