Date: December 1st, 2014
In this webinar, the speakers discuss the critical need for and importance of aboriginal co-governance of water and watersheds. They describe successful examples, emerging opportunities for change, and what conditions or frameworks must be in place to ensure co-governance arrangements can really thrive.
Eli Enns, ICCA Consortium/POLIS Project
Nadia Joe, First Nations Fisheries Council
Merrell-Ann Phare, Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources
Webinar Summary: Aboriginal Co-Governance of Water and Watersheds (PDF, 1.2 MB)
Aboriginal Co-Governance Resource List (PDF, 777.6 KB)
Webinar Slides: Aboriginal Co-Governance of Water and Watersheds (PDF, 3.4 MB)