About

The Cumulative Impacts Living Library

As part of the Cumulative Impacts Research Consortium’s (CIRC) mission to provide a platform for dialogue and research on the cumulative impacts of resource development across northern British Columbia, we have built the Living Library. This searchable database of projects and organizations serves three main purposes: creates a widely accessible platform for information around cumulative impacts; builds connections between people and organizations; and, helps limit the duplication of current and future cumulative impacts work.

The Cumulative Impacts Research Consortium

CIRC is a research and outreach initiative based at the University of Northern British Columbia’s (UNBC) Prince George campus on Lheidli T’enneh territory. CIRC brings together diverse perspectives from across northern BC to research the cumulative impacts of natural resource development. Our work seeks to integrate environmental, community, and health perspectives into a broad and holistic understanding of the positive and negative impacts of resource development on communities and environments across northern BC.

For more information, visit www.unbc.ca/cumulative-impacts.