This blog provides an overview of key insights and learning from the Indigenous Women's Leadership Series - a series of dialogues to honour, celebrate, and learn from inspiring Indigenous women leaders in stewardship and conservation.
‘We are inseparable from our land’: Gitxsan Nation house group declares 170,000 hectares of territory protected
This article from the Narwhal reports on the declaration of a new Indigenous Protected Area by the Gitxsan Nation house group in the upper Skeena River watershed in northwest British Columbia.
This media article in the Signal focuses on focuses on a young Mi'kmaw conservationist, Kieran Johnson, and her dedication to environmental stewardship.
This links to the official website of Tracking Change - a project that funds research in the Mackenzie River basin, Lower Amazon, and Lower Mekong River Basins to empower subsistence fishers and Indigenous communities in managing freshwater ecosystems.
This links to the Traditional Knowledge Information Portal developed by the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity to promote awareness and enhance access to information on traditional knowledge, innovations and practices relevant for the conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity.