Indigenous Virtual Conference on Cumulative Effects!

Indigenous Virtual Conference on Cumulative Effects!

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Start Date/Time 23rd Mar Tue PM 1:00 (GMT -5)
End Date/Time 24th Mar Wed PM 4:00 (GMT -5)
Location Virtual Event - CAN
Contact Click here to REGISTER today.
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Virtual Indigenous Centre for Cumulative Effects Conference!
March 23 and 24, 2021
1pm to 4pm Eastern Time on both days

Click here to REGISTER today.

Join us for the Indigenous Centre for Cumulative Effects Virtual Conference! The conference will bring together Indigenous communities and organizations as well as national and international thought leaders to explore and discuss strategies to effectively manage the cumulative effects resulting from changes to the environment or to the human well-being from past, present, and future development projects and human activities.

Grounded in Indigenous perspectives and worldviews, the conference will highlight community-based experiences and best practices to address the cumulative effects of human activities relative to the environmental, cultural, social and health aspects of communities.

The conference will also provide updates on the activities on the Indigenous Centre for Cumulative Effects since the Indigenous Forum on Cumulative Effects held on Blackfoot territory in February 2020.

Who should attend…

This conference is primarily for First Nation, Métis and Inuit communities and Indigenous organizations who undertake, or aspire to undertake cumulative effects assessment, monitoring and management in their communities. The conference will be of interest to individuals interested in or having responsibilities related to cumulative effects such as land managers, environmental technicians, knowledge holders, land guardians, etc.

Click here to be directed to the conference website where you can see program information and register.

The Indigenous Centre for Cumulative Effects (ICCE) is an independent organization that supports Indigenous communities to undertake cumulative effects work. Our mission is to create networks, and develop and share knowledge to empower community-based approaches to culturally relevant cumulative effects assessment, monitoring and management to support Indigenous well-being and decision-making.

Please click here to visit our website.

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