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NACW2018 Indigenous Stream Highlights

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13 August 2019

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The theme of the NACW 2018 was “Working Together”. Addressing concerns for North American caribou populations requires an unprecedented level of commitment, collaboration, and cooperation among all groups involved.

The NACW 2018 brought together Indigenous and scientific knowledge around the goals of:
- Translating knowledge into action
- Strengthening livelihoods and futures
- Finding innovative solutions

Indigenous leadership in caribou conservation offers creative and inclusive opportunities to learn and work together.

This video shows some of the higlights from the Indigenous Stream of the NACW2018 conference.

Members of the Indigenous Participation Sub-Committee:

  • Micheline Manseau, Environment & Climate Change Canada and Trent University (Chair)
  • Leon Andrew, Sahtú Renewable Resources Board
  • Walter Bezha, Délı̨nę Got’ı̨nę Government
  • John Cheechoo, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami
  • Valérie Courtois, Indigenous Leadership Initiative
  • Daniel Kanu, Food Matters Manitoba
  • Josh Ladue, Tu Łidlini (Ross River) Dena Council
  • Kyanna Lee Lennie-Dolphus, Sahtú Renewable Resources Board
  • Gita Ljubicic, Carleton University
  • Eric Loring, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami
  • Erin Neave, Environment & Climate Change Canada
  • Michael Neyelle, Sahtú Renewable Resources Board
  • Emmelie Paquette, Carleton University
  • Justina Ray, Wildlife Conservation Society Canada
  • Deborah Simmons, Sahtú Renewable Resources Board
  • Kendra Tagoona, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami
  • Janet Winbourne, Independent Consultant
  • John B. Zoe, Tłı̨chǫ Government

 

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caribou, North American Caribou Workshop

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