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Ethical Space, Science, Indigenous Knowledge: Conflict and Reconciliation in Ecological Management - Shared screen with speaker view
Graeme Silvera
30:47
Graeme Silvera, Westbank Corp
Marney Pratt (she/her)
31:04
Marney Pratt - Smith College in Northampton MA
Allison Scott
31:08
Allison Scott, Wisconsin DNR
La' Portia Perkins
31:09
La' Portia Perkins, Defenders of Wildlife
Jody Peters
31:09
Jody Peters, Ecological Forecasting Initiative
Ian Adams
31:11
Ian Adams, Wildlife Conservation Society Canada
Sarah Sunu
31:11
Sarah Sunu, COMPASS
Kathy Schwager
31:13
Kathy Schwager, Brookhaven National Laboratory, NY
Morgan Schneider, WWF (she/her)
31:13
Morgan Schneider, WWF
Charlotte Boyd
31:13
Charlotte Boyd, IUCN
Erin Edge
31:14
Erin Edge, Defenders of Wildlife
Loralee Larios
31:14
Hi Everyone, Loralee Larios, UC Riverside
Danika Mosher
31:15
Danika Mosher, USGS North Central Climate Adaptation Science Center
Luke Arbuckle
31:16
Luke Arbuckle - Parks Canada, Prince Edward Island
Jessika McFarland
31:16
Jessika McFarland, US Fish and Wildlife Service - Alaska region
Patricia Estrella
31:16
Patricia Estrella, Defenders of Wildlife
Michael Cramer
31:20
Michael Cramer, University of Notre Dame Environmental Research Center (UNDERC)
Reb Bryant
31:21
Reb Bryant, University of Kansas
Sarah Harper
31:21
Sarah Harper, Nature United & UVic
Amy Lewis
31:22
Amy Lewis/WILD
Jen Christopherson
31:23
Jen Christopherson Defenders of Wildlife - Alaska
Katie Swensen
31:23
Katie Swensen, Washington State University
Megan Bull
31:24
Megan Bull, Parks Canada
Richard Wallace
31:25
Rich Wallace, Ecological Society of America
Scott Franklin
31:27
Scott Franklin, University of Northern Colorado
Andrea Lyons
31:28
Andrea Lyons, WA Conservation Science Institute
Anna Sears
31:29
Anna Warwick Sears - Okanagan Basin Water Board, in Kelowna B.C.
Kennedy Rubert-Nason
31:29
Kennedy "Ned" Rubert-Nason, University of Maine at Fort Kent (Wabanaki Land)
rebecca wayman
31:31
Rebecca Wayman, UC Davis
Peter Soroye
31:32
Hello! I'm Peter Soroye, Wildlife Conservation Society Canada
Paulson Des Brisay
31:35
Paulson Des Brisay - Canadian Wildlife Service
Sarah Walker
31:39
Sarah Walker, Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board, Washington State
Sarah Boyle
31:43
Sarah Boyle- Parks Canada
Anthony Ciocco
31:44
Anthony Ciocco, OSU, BIA, IFMAT, CASC
Rikke Reese Naesborg
31:45
Rikke Reese Naesborg, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
Naanibah Begay
31:45
Naanibah Begay, Defenders of Wildlife
Rebecca Humphrey
31:46
Rebecca Humphrey, Aquinas College, MI
Bob Newman
31:49
Bob Newman - U North Dakota, lands of Pembina and Turtle Mountain Ojibwe and Dakota Oyate
Robyn Rumney
31:55
Hi, I'm Robyn Rumney from the Wildlife Conservation Society Canada
tish carr
31:57
tish carr, Wabanaki Youth in Science Maine
Sophie Castleton
32:05
Sophie Castleton, Sierra Institute for Community & Environment in Taylorsville, California
Camilo
32:40
Camilo Florez, AE - Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Sonia Hall
32:47
Sonia Hall, SAH Ecologia, Wenatchee WA
Jim Woods
33:05
Hello, I'm Jim Woods (Makah), Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife, Director of Tribal Affairs
Luke Arbuckle
33:17
Luke Arbuckle - Parks Canada, PEI Canada
Toby Query
33:28
Toby Query, City of Portland, OR, Hello!
Katharine Nalven
33:44
Katy Bear Nalven, Defenders of Wildlife- Alaska
Marissa Zaricor
33:50
Marissa Zaricor, University of Missouri
Jim Fraser
33:57
Jim Fraser, Virginia Tech, Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Katie Jones
33:59
Katie Jones, NEON, calling from Lyons, CO, homelands of the Arapaho, Ute, Cheyenne Peoples
Krista De Groot
34:13
Krista De Groot - Environment and Climate Change Canada - British Columbia, Canada
Valerie Chu
34:27
Valerie Chu, USFWS Lacey, WA
Taylor Kennedy
34:37
Taylor Kennedy, RESOLVE, Washington DC
Abigail Sage
34:49
Abby Sage, USFWS, Wenatchee, WA
Zoe Crysler
35:04
Zoe Crysler, Environment and Climate Change Canada, BC
Cecilia Wong
35:14
Cecilia Wong, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Hello from Vancouver, BC!
Dan Salas
35:21
Dan Salas, Cardno, Wisconsin
Kate Mussett
35:26
Kate Mussett, unceded Musqueam, Tseil-Waututh, and Squamish territory, UBC
Emma Walz
35:47
Emma Walz, USFWS Lacey, WA
Louise Archer
36:42
Louise Archer, University of Toronto Scarborough, Ontario
Ciara Raudsepp-Hearne
43:16
Ciara Raudsepp-Hearne, WCS Canada, Key Biodiversity areas
Edauri Navarro Pérez
52:33
Edauri Navarro-Pérez, Arizona State University, AZ.
Lynne Heasley
54:39
Lynne Heasley, Inst. of the Env. & Sustainability, Western Michigan University.
Amy Lewis
01:10:53
I sincerely hope this powerpoint is online, not just as a recording but as a pdf or static document. I’d really like to be able to reference it in my own actions and decisions moving forward.
Andy Klimach
01:11:31
Gwen-- you're awesome!
danielle prevost
01:16:09
Do you think western legal perspectives and practices understand Indigenous laws are often communicated through story and have equal weight as any nation's laws? If not, any suggestions for how we get there? How can we help grow understanding with our western legal advisors, policy makers, etc?
erin bell
01:16:57
yay! thank you, Gwen.go raibh maith agat.
Edauri Navarro Pérez
01:18:17
How can we make sure that we are doing the integration of indigeneous values and not appropiation of these in our scientific plannings? (a researcher asking)
Scott Franklin
01:21:42
I really enjoyed this webinar - thanks!
Bob Newman
01:24:30
follow us on twitter @esa_tek
Bob Newman
01:25:03
and check out our webpage for announcements and resources - https://www.esa.org/tek/news/
Bob Newman
01:26:13
next webinar - Oct 15, Dr. Margaret Redsteer
David Hecht
01:26:43
Thank you, Gwen! I hope there’s a recording of today’s webinar that can be shared.
Bob Newman
01:27:06
We will post a link on our webpage after ESA makes it available
Sarah Harper
01:27:25
Fantastic webinar! Thank you so much for sharing your great insights, Gwen!
kelly Bannister
01:28:25
So excellent, thanks Gwen!
Peter Soroye
01:28:30
Amazing webinar, thank you so much Gwen!
Geneva Chong
01:28:30
Thank you so much!
Rikke Reese Naesborg
01:28:32
Thank you so much Gwen!
Ciara Raudsepp-Hearne
01:28:38
Thank you Gwen, this was fantastic.
Sarah Boyle
01:28:40
Thanks so much Gwen- you are such a good teacher !
erin bell
01:28:40
!!!!!
Lucy Martin
01:28:43
thank you Gwen!
Jessika McFarland
01:28:43
Thank you so much
Danika Mosher
01:28:44
This was amazing!
Rachel Marie Paquin
01:28:46
Thanks!
Amelia Vergel de Dios
01:28:46
Thank you, Gwen!
Katie Jones
01:28:48
Thank you!
Megan Bull
01:28:53
Thank you Gwen!
Toby Query
01:28:53
Thank you so much!!
Edauri Navarro Pérez
01:28:54
Thank you so much!!!
Louise Archer
01:28:54
That was fantastic, thank you
Morgan Schneider, WWF (she/her)
01:28:54
Thank you!
Richard Wallace
01:28:55
Thank you Gwen, James, Bob, and everyone at ESA's TEK Section!
Shayla Lawrence
01:29:05
Thanks Gwen, awesome!
Sophie Castleton
01:29:12
Thank you!
cristina eghenter
01:29:12
Thank you, very inspiring
Kennedy Rubert-Nason
01:29:21
Thank you!
erin bell
01:29:28
is there a link to this series, to share with my school nat. resource department? (salish Kootenai college)?