Through a network of community partnerships, the Center for Wise Practices is developing care pathways, policies and recommendations that address the disproportionate impacts of colonial industrial environmental health hazards experienced by First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples. We are committed to strengthening and supporting the work that community leaders, organizers and Indigenous science practitioners have undertaken to make the adverse health impacts of environmental injustices, including the localized effects of climate degradation, contamination, and colonialism, visible and meaningful in clinical settings. The goal of GCWP-IH’s environmental health justice program is to support diverse communities of practice to become more attuned and resourced to deal with the complex relationships between environmental injustices and place-based community health needs in clinical settings.