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At the beginning of 2021, the Tracking Change program set out to completely overhaul the Tracking Change website to reflect and showcase projects, publications, research, undertake over the six years. As ther project is naring completion, it was important that the website transitioned to focusing...
The Tracking Change – Lesson Plans for NWT and Alberta Secondary Science Classrooms are based on extensive research with Indigenous peoples and local communities in the Mackenzie River Basin through Tracking Change. This research is intended to strengthen the voices of subsistence fishers and...
Culturally Driven Freshwater and Fish Monitoring: Opportunities for Social Learning in the Dehcho RegionDownload
This research project, focused on identifying social learning opportunities in the Dehcho region of the Northwest Territories, is being undertaken in collaboration with Kátł’odeeche First Nation (KFN). This South Slavey Dene community has occupied their traditional lands for thousands of years....
The Amazon Basin is the largest hydrographic basin in the world. People living along the floodplains of the Amazonian rivers have a mixed economy based mainly on small-scale agriculture, fishing and livestock. With about 2200 species of fish, the Amazon basin is recognized as having the most...
Diversification of Livelihoods in a Region Impacted by Hydroelectric Development: A Case Study in the Lower Mekong Mun River and Sebok River ThailandDownload
Local people living along the Mun River and its tributary, the Sebok River, have a deep connection to the ecosystem and have longstanding knowledge, practices and norms that are critical to their fishing livelihoods. However, due to rapid hydropower expansion in the Mekong region, communities...
From November 8-10, 2019, Tracking Change attended Ki Ta Ski Naw: The 2019 Wa Ni Ska Tan Hydropower and Energy Justice Gathering and Conference at The University of Winnipeg in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The conference brought together participants from Manitoba, B.C., Alberta, Newfoundland and...
From April 29th to May 3rd, 2019 the Tracking Change… project hosted our second Global Knowledge Symposium in New York City and held a side-event at the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. The Symposium was an opportunity to bring together those participating in the project from the...
The Mekong River, flowing 4909 KM through China, Myanmar, Thailand, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Cambodia and Vietnam, is one of the greatest river systems in the world. It has great productivity and seasonal variation that provides rich biodiversity for over 60 million people living in the...
From November 28th to December 7th, 2018, the winners from the third semi-annual Tracking Change Youth Knowledge Fair were invited to participate in side events at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP24) in Katowice, Poland and present at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, France! The trip was an...
In February 2017 the Tracking Change project hosted a Global Knowledge Symposium at Ubon Ratchthani University in Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand. The Symposium was an opportunity to bring together those participating in the project from the Mackenzie, Amazon and Mekong River Basins, allowing for...