Knowledge-Sharing on Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas | COP15 Conference

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Knowledge-Sharing on Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas | COP15 Conference

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by pmnationtalk on January 23, 2023123 Views

Credit: CPAWS | Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society

This session features presentations from Indigenous organizations describing their experiences with the establishment of Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs) in Canada.
By sharing knowledge and experiences with IPCA establishment across Canada both on land and in the ocean the goal of this event is to reinforce and support Indigenous-led conservation and IPCA establishment across Canada and around the world.

Speakers:

Dolorès André – UAPASHKUSS

Lauren Terbasket– Member of the Lower Similkameen community

Tina Giroux– Ya’thi Nene Lands & Resources/Athabasca Denesųłiné First Nations representative

Matthew Munson – Technical Consultant, Dene Tha’ First Nation

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