Traditional Ecological Knowledge in the Great Lakes: Inspiring the Next Generation’s Environmental Sustainability Leaders
This event is in the past.
Transformative Change in Environmental Sustainability is a collaborative, student-led seminar series hosted by T-RUST (Transformative Research in Urban Sustainability Training) at WSU and GLIER (Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research) at the University of Windsor. Seminars are biweekly during the 2020-2021 academic year.
Please join us Friday January 29 @ 10am for a Traditional Ecological Knowledge panel discussion with 4 indigenous leaders in ecology and the Great Lakes region. The panel, titled Traditional Ecological Knowledge in the Great Lakes: Inspiring the Next Generation’s Environmental Sustainability Leaders, will be a forum for open discussion on topics surrounding place-based knowledge through generations with connection to climate change (invasive species, partnerships, language). Our panelists include:
Clint Jacobs (Walpole Island/Bkejwanong)
Dr. Valoree Gagnon (Great Lakes Research Center, Michigan Technological University)
Dr. Myrle Ballard (Univ of Manitoba)
Dilber Yunus (International Institute for Sustainable Development - Experimental Lakes Area)
Please RSVP to this event and the Zoom link will be sent to the email used for registration one day before the seminar.