Ian Mauro

Ian Mauro Title: Associate Professor, Executive Director, Prairie Climate Centre
Office: 1RC026
Building: Richardson College
Phone: 204.258.2921
Email: i.mauro@uwinnipeg.ca



GEOG-1102(3) Intro Human Geog I
GEOG-2503(3) Manitoba Physical & Human Environment


Cameron, L., Courchene, D., Ijaz, S. and I.J. Mauro. 2019. The Turtle Lodge: Sustainable self-determination in practice. AlterNative, 15, 13-21.

Chatwood, S., F. Paulette, R. Baker, A. M. A., Eriksen, E. L. Hanset, H. Eriksen, V., Hiratuska, J. Lavoie, W. Lou, I. Mauro, J. Orbinski, N. Pambrun, H. Retallack,  and A. Brown. 2017. Indigenous values and health systems stewardship in circumpolar countries. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. doi: 10.3390/ijerph14121462

Potvin, C., D. Sharma, I. Creed, S. Aitken, F. Anctil, E. Bennett, F. Berkes, S., Bernstein, N. Bleau, A. Bourque, B. Brown, S., Burch, J. Byrne, A., Cunsolo Willox, A., Dale,D. de Lange, B. Dyck, M. Entz, J. Etcheverry, R. Faucher, A. Fenech, L. Fraser, I. Henriques, A. Heyland, M. Hoffmann, G. Hoberg , M. Holden, G. Huang, A. Jacob, S. Jodoin, A. Kemper, M., Lucotte, R., Maranger, L. Margolis, D. Matthews, I. Mauro, J. McDonnell, J. Meadowcroft, C. Messier, M. Mkandawire, C. Morency, N. Mousseau, K. Oakes, S. Otto, P. Palmater, T. Palmer, D. Paquin, A. Perl, A. Potvin, A. H. Ramos, C. Raudsepp-Hearne, N. Richards, J. Robinson, S. Sheppard, S. Simard, B. Sinclair, N. Slawinski, M., Stoddart, M. Villard, C. Villeneuve, S., Wesche, and T. Wright. 2017. Stimulating a Canadian narrative of hope for climate. Facets. doi: 10.1139/facets-2016-0029.

Bullock, R., D. Kirchhoff, I. Mauro, and M. Boerchers, M. 2017. Indigenous capacity for collaboration in Canada’s energy, forestry and mining sectors: research metric and trend. Environment, Development and Sustainability. doi: 10.1007/s10668-017-9917-9

Ford, J.D., E. Stephenson, A. Cunsolo Willox, V. Edge, K. Farahbakhsh, C. Furgal, S. Harper, S. Chatwood, I. Mauro, T. Pearce, S. Austin, A. Bunce, A. Bussalleu, J. Diaz, K. Finner, A. Gordon, C. Huet, K. Kitching, M. Lardeau, G. McDowell, E. McDonald, L. Nakoneczny, and M. Sherman. 2015. Community-based adaptation research in the Canadian Arctic. Wires Climate Change. doi: 10.1002/wcc.376.

Gagnon, G., W. Krkosek, L. Anderson, E. McBean, M. Mosheni, M. Bazri, and I. Mauro. 2015. Impacts of hydraulic fracturing on water quality: a review of the literature, regulatory frameworks and an analysis of information gaps. Environmental Reviews. doi: 10.1139/er-2015-0043.

Chatwood, S., F. Paulette, R. Baker, A. Eriksen, K. L. Hansen, H. Eriksen, V. Hiratsuka, J. Lavoie, W. Lou, I. Mauro, J. Orbinski, N. Pambrun, H. Retallack, and A. Brown. 2015. Approaching Etuaptmumk – Introducing a consensus based mixed method for health services research. Circumpolar Health. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/ijch.v74.27438.

Wheeler, D. M. MacGregor, F. Atherton, K. Christmas, S. Dalton, M. Dusseault, G. Gagnon, B. Hayes, C. MacIntosh, I. Mauro, and R. Ritcey. 2015. Hydraulic Fracturing – Integrating public participation with an independent review of the risks and benefits. Energy Policy 85: 299–308.

Cunsolo Willox, A., E. Stephenson, J. Allen, F. Bourque, A. Drossos, S. Elgarøy, M., Kral, I. Mauro, J. Moses, T. Pearce, J. Petrasek MacDonald, and L. Wexler. 2014.  Examining relationships between climate change and mental health in the Circumpolar North. Regional Environmental Change. doi: 10.1007/s10113-014-0630.

Ford, J., A. Cunsolo Willox, S. Chatwood, V. Edge, C. Furgal, S. Harper, I. Mauro, and T. Pearce. 2014. Adapting to the health effects of climate change for Inuit. American Journal of Public Health. doi: 10.21051AJPH.2013.301724, April 22, 2014.


2020  Director and Producer: Métis Wildland Firefighters: Connecting with Traditional Land Stewardship, 7:17 minute film in collaboration with the Métis National Council. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/metis-wildland-firefighters

2020  Director and Producer: The Elders of the Forest: A Métis Dendroclimatologist’s Perspective, 7:34 minute film in collaboration with the Métis National Council. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/elders-forest

2020  Director and Producer: Bad News in the Fields: Farmers Struggle with Erratic Weather, 3:55 minute film. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/bad-news-fields

2020  Director and Producer: Harvest on the Rooftop: Rooftop Greenhouses Changing the Way Cities Eat, 3:30 minute film. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/harvest-rooftop

2020  Director and Producer: Wine Grapes and Wind Machines: Innovative Collaborations Protect Wine Industry, 7:24 minute film. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/wine-grapes-and-wind-machines

2020  Co-Director and Producer: A Ticking Clock: Lyme Disease, Climate Change, and Public Health, 5:40 minute film. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/ticking-clock

2020  Co-Director and Producer: The Future of Fishing: Climate Change in the Magdalen Islands, 5:12 minute film. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/future-fishing

2020  Co-Director and Producer: Aquaculture and Climate Change: Preparing an Industry for the Future, 3:37 minute film. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/aquaculture-and-climate-change

2020  Co-Director and Producer: Matériauthèque: Cutting Emissions by Cutting Waste, 4:10 minute film. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/materiautheque

2019  Director and Producer: Planning Climate Resilience in Selkirk Manitoba, 7:46 minute film in collaboration with City of Selkirk. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpQ_pDS2WvY

 2019  Co-Director and Producer: Navigating the Future of Farming: How will Climate Change Affect Agriculture (French), 3:16 minute film. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/navigating-future-farming

2019  Modeling the Climate: Using Data to Make Smart Climate Change Decisions (French), 3:21 minute film. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/modelling-climate

2019  Quebec and Climate Change: Collaborating to Confront Climate Change (French), 4:15 minute film. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/quebec-climate-change                                                                                                                           
2018  Director, Writer, Editor and Producer: Beyond Climate (featuring David Suzuki), 48-minute film on climate change in British Columbia. Available at: www.beyondclimate.ca

2018  Director and Producer: Planning for Climate Resilience, 4:37 minute film in collaboration with the Canadian Institute of Planners. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/planning-climate-change

2018  Director and Producer: Terry Teegee: World Out of Balance, 4:00 minute film about Indigenous knowledge, forestry and climate change. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/topic/forests

2018  Director and Producer: Toddi Steelman: Co-existing with a Longer Fire Season, 4:19 minute film about climate change and wildfires. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/topic/forests

2018  Director and Producer: Charlie Clark, Mayor of Saskatoon: Prairie Cities are Part of the Solution, 2:28 minute film on Saskatoon’s climate change journey. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/charlie-clark-mayor-saskatoon

2018  Director and Producer: Community Renewables: Supporting Solar Energy on Gabriola Island, 2:39 minute film on distributed renewable systems in the Pacific coast. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/community-renewables

2018  Director and Producer: Darrin Qualman: Energy, Emissions, and Agriculture, 2:56 minute film about a shift away from high-input, high-energy agriculture as both a climate and farm income strategy. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/darrin-qualman

2018  Director and Producer: Dendroclimatology and the Canadian Prairies: Climate, Drought and Extremes, 4:39 minute film about tree rings and their predictive capacity. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/dendroclimatology-and-canadian-prairies

2018  Director and Producer: Dr. Amber Fletcher: Gender, Agriculture and Climate Change, 3:11 minute film about the important role women play on farms to buffer risk in a changing world. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/dr-amber-fletcher

2018  Director and Producer: Farming Carbon: Environmentally Responsible Ranching, 5:29 minute film about the important role that cattle farmers play in sequestering carbon through their rotational grazing practices. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/farming-carbon

2018  Director and Producer: Ferryland: Small Towns Versus Sea-level Rise, 2:51 minute film about a small Newfoundland community that is threatened by increased storminess and sea-level rise caused by climate change. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/ferryland-newfoundland

2018  Director and Producer: Heat Waves and Hope: Faith Communities Providing Solutions to the Climate Challenge, 3:36 minute film about community-based solutions to the heat waves of the future. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/heat-waves-and-hope

2018  Director and Producer: Indian Island, New Brunswick: Adapting to Sea Level Rise, 7:58 minute film showing one First Nation’s race against time to protect their community from climate change. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/indian-island-new-brunswick

2018  Director and Producer: One Degree and its Impacts: What Does Climate Change Mean for Canada, 2:49 minute film featuring climatologist Damon Matthews discussing the latest climate science. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/one-degree-and-its-impacts

2018  Co-Director and Producer: Petrocultures: Climate Change, Culture, and Society, 3:41 minute film on energy transitions as a cultural issue. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/petrocultures

2018  Director and Producer: Prince Edward Island: Life on a Shrinking Island, 7:08 minute film exploring how a combination of sea-level rise and storm surges is literally eroding the shores and culture of this iconic province. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/prince-edward-island

2018  Director and Producer: REEP Green Solutions, 3:47 minute film showcasing a sustainability demonstration house in Kitchener. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/reep-house-waterloo

2018  Director and Producer: Roy McLaren: 70 years of Farming Experience, 4:26 minute film where long-term farmer knowledge and science connect to better understand life on the Prairies in a changing climate. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/roy-mclaren

2018  Director and Producer: Seeding Climate Resilience, 3:38 minute film showing how farmers are adapting to climate change, and developing seeds that are ready for extreme and changing weather patterns. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/seeding-climate-resilience

2018  Director and Producer: Storms of the Future, 3:16 minute film showing how extreme rain fall can adversely affect a community. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/storms-future

2018  Director and Producer: Wind-powered Green Economy, 5:20 minute film showing the town of Tatamagouche and their extraordinary efforts to tackle both their energy and transportation security through renewables. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/wind-powered-green-economy

2018  Director and Producer: Thunder Bay and Climate Change, 3:59 minute film that looks at how citizens in this northern Ontario city are working together to build resiliency in their neighborhoods and environments. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/thunder-bay-and-climate-change

2018  Director and Producer: Toronto and Climate Change: Building Resilience and Cutting Emissions, 7:43 minute film about Canada’s largest city and their efforts to reduce emissions, prepare for change, and make life better. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/toronto-and-climate-change

2018  Director and Producer: Vancouver: Greenest City in the World, 5:16 minute film showcasing one of Canada’s largest cities and its international ambition to be the Greenest City in the World by 2020. Available at: https://climateatlas.ca/video/vancouver

2017  Co-Producer: Glwa: Resurgence of the Ocean-going Canoe, 46-minute documentary on Heiltsuk canoe culture. Co-Executive Producer Frank Brown and Directors Vina Brown and Hillary Beattie. World premiere at ImagineNative Film Festival October 2017. Available at: https://www.glwafilm.com/

2017   Co-Director and Producer: A Good Place to Live: Transforming Public Housing in Lord Selkirk Park (with Dr. Jim Silver and Hillary Beattie). Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kr6h-m_-1vM