We are excited to share the photography and graphic recordings that were taken during the Indigenous Climate Change Adaptation Gathering (ICCAG 2019). A special thanks and Chi Miigwech to Tracey of Tracey Lynne Photography for taking such beautiful images of the gathering. We also wish to thank Jennifer Shepherd of Living Tapestries for capturing the key themes of the gathering in the two graphic recordings.

A Flickr account has been created for the ICCAG 2019 so that gathering participants can access and download the photos. You can find the three albums here:

ICCAG 2019 Albumclick here.

Description: This album contains all of the photos from the gathering, including the sharing circles, presentations, and group sessions. All photos were taken by Tracey Lynne Photography.

Graphic Recordings Albumclick here.

Description: This album contains the 2 graphic recordings (one per day) that were taken on March 18 & 19, 2019 at the ICCAG 2019. Both graphic recordings were created by Jennifer Shepherd of Living Tapestries.

ICCAG 2019 Headshots Albumclick here.

Description: Tracey Lynne Photography kindly offered to take headshot photos for ICCAG 2019 participants. If you had headshot photos taken at the event, you will find them here.

At the ICCAG 2019, Dr. Paul Chaput of Creative Consulting screened his latest documentary, “A Different Kind of Gathering: We are One. Hishuk’ish Tsawalk – Everything is One,” which was filmed at the Indigenous Climate Change Adaptation Gathering (ICCAG) last year in February 2018. The film captures the climate change adaptation stories of First Nations climate change leaders.

In the film, you will find footage of last year’s ICCAG, including presentations and exclusive one-on-one interviews.

Interested in doing a film screening in your community?*

The film can be streamed online (for free) in English and French and can be accessed at the links below:

English version (full film) (Video length: 24:31)

French version (full film) (Video length: 24:43)


*NOTE: Elementary, secondary and post-secondary schools and institutions are also welcome to screen the film.

(This film was made possible through the support of the First Nation Adapt program, CIRNAC, 2018).