Allice Legat is a practicing anthropologist with an interest in how the past inform present decision making and what it means to be knowledgeable, especially in an environment of industrial development and climate change. She is also interested in how practice anthropology can inform theoretical understandings in the social sciences. Allice recently finished working with the Rae-Edzo Friendship Centre, Behchoko, NT. She currently is working on a climate change and health project, and with the Sahtu Renewable Resources Board, NWT on an Environmental Monitoring Framework and Traditional Knowledge Guidelines project. She is currently an Honorary Research Fellow with the Anthropology Department, University of Aberdeen and was the Roberta Bondar Fellow, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario during 2012-2013. Yellowknife, NWT is her home.