Bridging western science and Indigenous approaches to education, research, and conservation: a panel
This panel, consisting of five Indigenous scientists and conservation biologists, will reflect on their personal journeys in science and conservation while highlighting fundamental principles and addressing questions related to Indigenous approaches to knowledge and conservation. One goal will be to assist the research community do a better job collaborating with Indigenous colleagues and communities and bridging western and Indigenous approaches to education, knowledge, and conservation. The panel will reach out to solicit questions from conference delegates prior to the conference and will incorporate these questions into the discussion.
Warren Cardinal-McTeague, University of British Columbia
Az Klymiuk, University of Manitoba
Shianne McKay, Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources
Allyson Menzies, University of Guelph
Gabriel Nemogá, University of Winnipeg
Moderator: Aerin Jacob, Nature Conservancy of Canada
Organizing assistance: Susan Lingle, University of Winnipeg
Schedule: June 13, 3:15 to 4:15 pm
Advanced registration is not required
Do you have questions for the panelists discussing how to bridge Indigenous approaches and western scientists? If so, please send questions on this form by Wednesday, May 31.