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Voices of Indigenous Science: Indigenous Pathways to Climate Resilience

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2:00 - 3:30 p.m. EDT


Join us by Webex on Wednesday, June 19, 2024 at 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. EDT for the next instalment of the Indigenous Science Division‘s Voices of Indigenous Science seminar series! For our next guest, we are honoured to welcome Janna Wale. Ms. Wale’s presentation at Voices of Indigenous Science is entitled “Indigenous Pathways to Climate Resilience”.

Ms. Wale will present how Indigenous knowledge can contribute to building holistic climate resilience, drawing on her past and present research, and her own Gitxsan understandings of what it means to be climate resilient.

The Voices of Indigenous Science seminar series aims to elevate and amplify the voices of Indigenous scientists and academics on the topic of Indigenous science. We hope to inspire attendees to learn why Indigenous science is important while challenging pre-conceived notions and making space for new ways of knowing and being in science.

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