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Nicole Peltier May 6
Miigwech to our knowledge keeper for sharing with our school today.
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Susan R. Eaton 22 Jan 19
The links between belugas and beavers: Elders in Alaska say that the growing beaver population (due to a warming ) has reduced spawning habitat for salmon and other fish. And, fewer fish means fewer belugas
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Gad Saad Oct 8
Are you as triggered as me this morning? Six winners thus far in 2019 and ALL are white males. What about the DIE (diversity, inclusion, equity) religion? No trans women of color? No women? No non-binary indigenous people?
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ᑰᕋ | kora Dec 4
"Traditional knowledge does not need to be vetted by science. Traditional knowledge you feel. Science you don't." - David Haogak
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Laurinda Timmins 10 Dec 18
Feeling privelaged beyong words to be working with to help Traditional Owners from Yandeyarra make a permanent record of the plants they use for food, medicine, ceremony, fibre and for tools.
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Bradley Moggridge Dec 4
Supper humbled to win the Australian Freshwater Science PhD talk of the conference, left field for freshwater science, but old business for us. Filling the space, changing the narrative.
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The Conversation Canada 18 Feb 19
Indigenous and western science are often complementary, writes George Nicholas of
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AICBR 10 Dec 18
If you're at in Ottawa this week - make sure to check out one of our Youth Champions, Jasmine Gatsenby presenting on the project and the importance of training youth in and for !
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Birgitte Wessel Apr 22
Thank you for a great opening of the Looking forward to 2 weeks of discussions and knowledge sharing on issues and
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Inger Andersen Nov 20
Indigenous people and local communities are deploying exactly the kind of solutions that we need to refine, re-own and regain for a sustainable future. Imp. to recognize their critical role in biodiversity & ecosystem protection.
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Cameron Diver 12 Dec 18
Colleague Karen Mapusua from our Land Resources Division introducing our side event on the importance of & in the context + for to
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Donna Robins Jun 18
My husband Brad, brother-in-law Kevin & nephew Michael honoured our Cultural Presenter Nanette Jackson for her gift in teaching Salish Weaving She’s never been blanketed before hay ce:p q̓ə
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CSIR-NISCAIR Oct 9
The latest issue of 's Indian Journal of available at: @DirectorNISCAIR
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NWAC Feb 9
Sage is one of the four sacred plans given to Indigenous peoples as a gift from the Creator. Smoke from sage is used for purification, cleansing, and to release negative thoughts and energy.
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Oluwatobiloba Moody Mar 4
In implementing Canada's for , some key messages from and 's March 1st workshop on & : more education, more engagement, Indigenous leadership, holistic approaches. Thanks to all participants!
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Thierry Berger May 20
NEW Learning Module on and the rights of holders that relies on key findings from the BeneLex project on international environmental law and human rights law @ Elisa Morgera
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Mike Mckay Jul 23
No matter the forum it’s always special to sit down and meet with Elders. Miigwech to the elders that participated in the Cat Lake NAN Housing Strategy workshop
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Natural Justice Nov 1
We are at !Khwa Ttu in the Western Cape today to stand alongside the National Khoi & San Council as they celebrate the launch of the There story will now be told of their
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Cameron Diver Feb 28
Some more / outcomes in on the island of : restored traditional ’fare’ & Marae in the framework of an project. A participatory approach w/ local communities integrating rich cultural history & into
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GeorgeIorda🏳️‍🌈🌳🐻 Nov 7
Great story on how development projects are doomed to fail when local power relations and are disregarded by Prof Frances Cleaver from
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