Kiʔlawnaʔ (grizzly bear) - Alternative ways of knowing - Indigenous Knowledge systems, complexity sciences and forestry in the Okanagan, BC, Canada - Shared screen with speaker view
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http://environment-ecology.com/academicians/303-fikret-berkes.htmlThumbs up to the shout out to Dr. Berkes!
Thank you very much for your lovely talk!
Thank you, Ellen!
Thank you, Ellen! That was great!!
Thank you very much, I thoroughly enjoyed your talk!
Great talk. Thank you Ellen!
Congrats on your candidency and an amazing overview of complexity science, forestry and grizzly bear rematriation!
https://ak.audubon.org/conservation/bridges-new-era"This Report intends to support and catalyze a new era of reform that thoughtfully and meaningfully restores tribal management to federal public lands."Sharing if folks having seen it yet.
Expectations need to shift such that "settler scientists" can also "speak" TEK. It can't continue to go on as a one way expectation.
Canada can lead the way in integrating TEK education - goooo!
TEK section workshop this year at ESA conference is on ecology education
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjjUi-5qra0"What is Ethical Space?"
Towards reconciliation: 10 Calls to Action to natural scientists working in Canada
Joseph Gazing Wolf
We invite everyone to visit our website (https://www.esa.org/tek/) and follow us on twitter (@esa_tek). We post our webinars and upcoming events at the conference and beyond.
And a great 3 part webinar series , which moderator Gwen Bridge presents in - on ethical space in the Syilx/Okanagan . :
Excited to read your findings Ellen! You got this!
Thank you so much for another great webinar! Thank you Ellen and Gwen!
Joseph Gazing Wolf
Fantastic talk Ellen, thank you for sharing your work with us!
Thank you - very inspiring work!
Thank you Ellen!
Thank you so much!