Trans-Boundary Indigenous Oil Spill Risks and Eco-Cultural Resources Workshop

Nuka Research convened and facilitated a virtual workshop on behalf of the Makah Tribal Council and Office of Marine Affairs, with participation from Nuu-Chah-Nuulth Tribes, where Tribes and First Nations participated in two-day dialogue focused on enhancing the role of Indigenous governments in addressing shipping safety, oil spill risks, and eco-cultural resource protection in transboundary waters. … Read more

Community Spill Response Planning in Canadian High Arctic

As sea ice diminishes in Arctic regions, shipping patterns are changing, and so are the risks to northern communities. Nuka Research is working with a team of agencies and non-governmental organizations to support oil spill preparedness for remote Inuit communities faced with shipping risks from increased traffic through the Northwest Passage (read more). This project … Read more

Inland Geographic Response Plan Development on the Androscroggin and Moose Rivers in New Hampshire

Nuka Research was contracted by the US EPA and to work with New Hampshire communities and stakeholders to develop Geographic Response Plans on the Androscroggin and Moose rivers with input through a workgroup process. This project included the development of 5 GRPS providing workgroup approved oil spill response tactics. These tactics can be used by … Read more