NRESi/IWAU Joint Colloquium: Indigenous Women as Key Leaders in Environmental Scholarship, Stewardship and Activism

Date:
Friday, November 16, 2018 - 3:30pm to 5:00pm
Location:
Room - 8-164 or webcast (http://www.unbc.ca/nres-institute/colloquium-webcasts)
Campus:
Prince George

Panel Speakers: Kanahus Manuel, Melanie Goodchild, Michelle Brass
Guest Moderator: Angela Sterritt

Kanahus Manuel    Melanie Goodchild    Michelle Brass    Angela Sterritt

Climate change and ecological degradation are challenges with impacts at all scales, from local to global. Mitigation, adaptation, management and rethinking carbon-heavy ways of life and “business as usual” will require creative tactics, solutions, and worldviews. As Indigenous knowledge keepers, advocates, activists, scholars, and key contemporary voices, Indigenous women are integral to finding new ways forward. In this panel, we listen, learn, and discuss insights they can offer for improved environmental stewardship.

The Natural Resources and Environmental Studies Institute (NRESi) at UNBC hosts a weekly lecture series at the Prince George campus. Anyone from the university or wider community with interest in the topic area is welcome to attend. Presentations are also made available to remote participants through Livestream (Channel 1). View the NRESi Institute Colloquium Webcasts to watch the presentation remotely.

Past NRESi colloquium presentations and special lectures can be viewed on our video archive.


This event is a joint presentation by the Natural Resources and Environmental Studies Institute and Inspiring Women Among Us 2018: Women, Leadership and Power.

Contact Information

Al Wiensczyk, RPF
Research Manager, Natural Resources and Environmental Studies Institute
250-614-4354
250-960-5018
al.wiensczyk@unbc.ca

For more information, you can also email iwau@unbc.ca.

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