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Tracking Change: Stories of Change

  • Tracking Change: Local and Traditional Knowledge in Watershed Governance -- Global Knowledge Symposium UN New York 2019

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  • Banner advertising event: The Tracking Change: Stories of Change session was largely an overview of the Tracking Change project and a further opportunity for community researchers to talk about their work and observations of change in their homelands. The public session opened with an overview of the Tracking Change project and the progress made in the previous four years. The participants, partnerships, and unique approaches used across the three basins were highlighted. The focus of the presentation was a summary of the four key issues which the project participants feel remain important for discussion and action: Sustainability of Freshwater Ecosystems and Fishing Livelihoods for Indigenous Peoples; Addressing Climate Change Impacts on Freshwater Ecosystems and Indigenous Peoples; Addressing the Impacts of Resource Development on Freshwater Ecosystems and Indigenous Peoples; and, Celebrating and Nurturing Indigenous Youth. The stage was then open for project participants to present their work and experience in a session called “Stories That Cross Borders”. The following themes were discussed: Methods for Tracking Change, Resource Development, Climate Change, Governance, and Youth Perspective. Students also presented posters as part of this session.

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    2019-04-01
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  • DOI
    https://doi.org/10.7939/r3-9ym4-ws94
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    Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International