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(Members Only) Virtual Meeting – Building Relations to Protect the Future of Seven Generations
Friday, January 21 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
(NATURE LONDON MEMBERS ONLY)
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Larry McDermott is Algonquin from Shabot Obaadjiwan First Nation, and is the Executive Director of Plenty Canada. Larry is currently a member of numerous organizations including the International Indigenous Forum for Biodiversity, the Conservation through Reconciliation Partnership (CRP), Ontario Biodiversity Council, the Ontario Professional Foresters Association, the Healing Place partnership, and the Indigenous Circle of the Canadian Biosphere Association.
Developing ethical space for conservation organizations and its’ relationships with Traditional Knowledge Systems, and Indigenous peoples. Recommendations coming from We Rise Together, Canada’s Conservation Vision, and One with Nature.
Links to Recommended Readings:
- Chief Oren Lyons speaks about Climate Change
- We Rise Together – A Report from the Indigenous Circle of Experts (ICE)
- Canada’s Conservation Vision – A Report Of The National Advisory Panel
- One With Nature – A Report of Canada’s Federal, Provincial and -Territorial Departments Responsible for Parks, Protected Areas, Conservation, Wildlife and Biodiversity