The Power of Placemaking
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Event Date: 15.06.23
To amplify and centre Indigenous voices at the cutting-edge of climate research and policy, the Canadian Climate Institute, in partnership with the Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources, will host a roundtable discussion on June 15 with the authors of three new case studies in our Indigenous Perspectives series.
These case studies showcase the work of Indigenous researchers, Knowledge Holders, water protectors, and community members. The discussion will highlight how Indigenous self-determination and knowledge are integral to designing effective regional, provincial, territorial, and national climate policies.
Shianne McKay, Senior Project Manager, Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources
Rick Smith, President, Canadian Climate Institute
Sandra Lamouche (Bigstone Cree Nation)
Patrick Michell (Retired Chief, Kanaka Bar Indian Band)
Dr. Emily Dicken (Indigenous scholar, practitioner in Emergency Management)
Dr. Lilia Yumagulova (Program Director for the Preparing Our Home Program)
Sheri Lysons (Elders and Youth Council Coordinator, Shuswap Nation Tribal Council)
Casey Gabriel (Líl̓wat Nation, Volunteer Fire Department)
Randy Carpenter (Heiltsuk Emergency Coordinator)