Thursday 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Location: Room 302-305
  • Moderated Dialogue
  • Open door
  • Partner-led
  • Ensuring Water Security
  • Indigenous Leadership and Ways of Knowing
  • Government Policy and Corporate Governance

This interactive panel session will examine how Indigenous stewardship of waters has evolved over time, through the strategic weaving of traditional guardianship responsibility with modern methods and technology. Speakers will discuss how building partnerships across First Nations, governments, and philanthropy has been key to making impactful changes to conservation efforts of the Great Bear Sea and beyond. The session hopes to invoke thoughtful reflection and conversation on how to reimagine roles of marine conservation today, as we collaboratively build a shared legacy for tomorrow. 

In collaboration with View Program

Speakers