This chapter explains international, interdisciplinary contribution addressing global climate change (GCC) by intentionally engaging with the issues of race, gender, and class through an intersectional lens. Set on Baffin Island in the territory of Nunavut, the play Sila examines the competing interests shaping the future of the Canadian Arctic and local Inuit population. The play follows a climate scientist, an Inuit activist and her daughter, two Coast Guard officers, an Inuit Elder, and two polar bears as they see their values challenged and their lives become intricately intertwined. Equal parts Inuit myth and contemporary Arctic policy, Sila is a plea for increased collaboration in dealing with major challenges of our time. Jean, a white male climate scientist from Quebec, approaches Veronica, an Inuit teacher, spoken word poet, and the daughter of a prominent climate change activist, hoping to swiftly fulfill the Nunavut Research Institute's requirement which states that all scientific research on Baffin Island must actively involve the Inuit community.