A list of contents follows

- The Inuit and Climate Change by A. Nicole Stuckenberger (pages 13-19)
- Anticipation, climate change, and movement in Greenland by Mark Nuttall (pages 21-37)
- Inuit perceptions of climate change in East Greenland by Cunera Buijs (pages 39-54)
- Yup'ik perspectives on climate change: "The world is following its people" by Ann Fienup-Riordan (pages 55-70)
- The religion of nature: Evangelical perspectives on the environment by Frederic Laugrand and Jarich Oosten (pages 71-90)
- Climate change, oil and gas development, and Inupiat whaling in northwest Alaska by Nobuhiro Kishigami (pages 91-107)
- Co-management institutions, knowledge, and learning: Adapting to change in the Arctic by Fikret Berkes and Derek Armitage (pages 109-131)
- The tip of the iceberg: Ice as a non-human actor in the climate change debate by Lill Rastad Bjorst (pages 133-150)

Research Note
- Should we turn the tent? Inuit women and climate change by Martha Dowsley, Shari Gearheard, Noor Johnson, and Jocelyn Inksetter (pages 151-165)

Also included in this issue are six book reviews and the Survey of Periodicals.

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"Etudes/Inuit/Studies" is a biannual scholarly journal that has been published since 1977. The journal is devoted to the study of Inuit societies, either traditional or contemporary, in the general perspective of social sciences and humanities (ethnology, politics, archaeology, linguistics, history, etc.). In addition to a number of articles, each volume contains book reviews, a list of scientific events, and annual reviews of recent theses and articles published in other journals.