What is Ethical Space? An intro to Indigenous authority in conservation

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What is Ethical Space? An intro to Indigenous authority in conservation

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by pmnationtalk on August 24, 2022226 Views

Credit: Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative

Since 2020, Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative has hosted online workshops on Ethical Space with information and discussion how Indigenous and non-Indigenous people and organizations can work together to create and sustain prosperous communities and healthy landscapes. For this series, the focus is specifically within British Columbia’s Kootenay-Columbia region.

Deepen your understanding of the Indigenous worldview. Dive into Ethical Space and the roots of conflict within the hierarchical legislative frameworks of Indigenous and colonial societies and the challenges of understanding the legislative roles.

The exercise of reconciliation of legislative frameworks requires the decolonization of Western structures and the indigenization of “Western” law, and the implementation of Indigenous law. Explore Ethical Space is as a place where we take responsibility for the creation of something new, and applying Indigenous law and decision-making to shape a new societal concept.

Gwen Bridge is an environmental scientist, conservation advocate and Indigenous advisor to Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative.

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