Webinar: Indigenous Leadership on Climate Change
February 20 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm MST
The Inaugural Salazar Center for North American Conservation Connecting for Conservation webinar.
The 2020 webinar series Connecting on Conservation will explore important topics in conservation, building upon the theme of landscape connectivity and previewing their 2020 symposium focus on healthy and resilient landscapes in and around cities.
This inaugural Connecting on Conservation webinar is the first in a two-part series on indigenous approaches to conservation. It serves as a continuation of a conversation around Native American heritage and tribal stewardship, which began at the Salazar Center’s 2019 symposium and featured Loren BirdRattler and Terry Tatsey of the Blackfeet Nation and Eli Enns of the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nation.
Learn more about how traditional ecological knowledge and Native activism are essential to combating the effects of climate change.
Dr. Beth Rose Middleton
Associate Professor of Native American Studies, UCDavis
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Midwest Tribal Climate Science Liaison, College of Menominee Nation
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