Nicole J. Wilson

Ph.D. University of British Columbia

M.Sc. Cornell University

B.A. University of Calgary








Research Interests


Dr. Wilson is a scholar of settler origin whose research focuses on Indigenous peoples, environmental governance, and environmental change in the Arctic. In particular, her research examines the many ways that Indigenous peoples are asserting their self-determination and revitalizing their governance systems to respond to various stressors including climate change and resource development. She has examined these topics in a number of contexts including Indigenous-led Community-Based Monitoring, water governance and policy, and climate change adaptation.



Contact Information


522 Wallace Building

University of Manitoba

Winnipeg, MB

R3T 2N2




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