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COP26 : Opportunities for Exchange and Sharing for Ouranos

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Aug 30th 2021

Webinar | Climate change and resilience: Indigenous perspectives and approaches

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Webinar | Climate change and resilience: Indigenous perspectives and approaches

Seminar/Webinar |08.30.2021

Ouranos invites you on September 29 to its next webinar. This presentation is free of charge and does not require registration.

ACCESS THE LIVE WEBDIFFUSION | ID : 876 7170 5630 | Code : 928742

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13h | Hope and love: An exploration into the preparation of the National Climate Assessment’s first stand-alone Indigenous report.

Guess speaker: Graeme Reed, Senior Policy Analyst at the Assembly of First Nations

Graeme Reed is of mixed Anishinaabe and European descent. He is a Senior Advisor with the Assembly of First Nations, where he advocates for the inclusion of First Nations in the federal, provincial, and territorial climate change and energy policy dialogue. He holds a PhD in Rural Studies from the University of Guelph.

This talk will discuss the process to produce the first stand-alone Indigenous report as part of the national assessment on climate change, its impacts and adaptation. The inclusive process and holistic approach are in and of themselves an inspiration for adaptation.

14h | Indigenous Being and Doing – Looking beyond knowledge for Earth’s future

Guess speaker: Jocelyn Joe-Strack, Indigenous Knowledge Research Chair at Yukon University

Jocelyn Joe-Strack (Da-kal-a-ma), is a member of the Wolf Clan of northwestern Canada’s Champagne and Aishihik First Nation. She is an Indigenous scientist, artist and entrepreneur who strives to evolve tomorrow’s policies by blending yesterday’s ancestral lessons with today’s systematic knowledge. She uses her experience as a trained microbiologist, hydrologist and policy analyst along with her cultural foundations to explore resilient approaches to challenges such as climate change, societal wellbeing and prosperity.

This conference will offer a view into Mrs Joe-Strack’s work at Yukon University in trying to normalize Indigenous being and doing and the overemphasis on knowledge-based documentation and deliverable. She will pull upon her experience working with Youth, climate change and policy development to explore more resilient approaches to deal with complex societal issues

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