Indigenous Water Initiatives: Achievements and Capacity Gaps

Date: March 28th, 2017

In this webinar, Kate Cave (Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources) and Genevieve Layton-Cartier (First Nations Fisheries Council) share results from a 2016 systematic research review of Indigenous-led freshwater planning initiatives and co-governance arrangements in B.C. This research identified capacity gaps and will contribute to shaping the future of freshwater planning and a new watershed governance regime in the province. The webinar also features perspectives from Shannon Squire (P’egp’ig’lha Council/T’it’q’et First Nation) and Ashley Doyle (Kwantlen First Nation), who share their journeys to implement or develop water initiatives in their respective nations.

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