Tuesday December 5, 2017 5 – 6:15 p.m.
Brody Square Private Dining Room –
dinner included with RSVP
Instructions for attending via Zoom Webinar at the RSVP link.
How have Indigenous peoples shaped research and planning on climate change? This presentation and discussion will focus on the ways in which Indigenous peoples have transformed the way in which climate change is understood as a major global issue, taking leadership on a range of important projects, policies and actions. This work has implications for graduate students, whether Indigenous or allied, about how they plan their careers in scientific and other scholarly fields pertaining to food and the environment.