Operational Plan: 2021
Project Duration: 16 months
Start date: November 15, 2021
Water is central to the spiritual, cultural and personal aspects of Indigenous life, and these holistic relationships and the transfer of intergenerational knowledge inform traditional approaches to sustainable management of freshwater resources. This project will reflect upon these unique perspectives and engage Indigenous communities across North America.
This initiative will document Indigenous approaches to freshwater management in North America and make lessons learned from those approaches available to the public through our website. It will also include a series of case studies identified by the Traditional Ecological Knowledge Expert Group (TEKEG) and include an exchange of experiences through a knowledge dialogue to complement the case studies, as well as a workshop with water experts on potential opportunities to apply traditional ecological knowledge to our operations and policy recommendations.
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