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Advertising Poster for the 2017 Tracking Change Global Knowledge Symposium, Thailand
This qualitative study utilizes the principles of Community-Based Participatory Research, which emphasizes the importance of incorporating local knowledge, respecting intellectual property rights, and working with communities as co-researchers.We have spent two months in the Inuvialuit Settlement...
Arapaima (Arapaima spp. is the largest freshwaters calefish in the world, and an iconic element of the Amazon region. This fish yields high ecological, economic and cultural value to Amazonian ecosystems and people. Whereas in the past arapaima could reach up to 3m long and weigh up to 200kg,...
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...
Fishing is often considered a male activity throughout the world. Estimates indicate, however, that women represent 47% of the global fisheries’ workforce, encompassing about about 56 million jobs in the harvest and post-harvest subsectors. Nevertheless, the role of women in fisheries is often...
Contributions from Fishers’ Knowledge to Understanding the Trophic Structure of Fish Fauna in Clearwater RiversDownload
The trophic structure is a determining factor of energy flux in ecological communities. The characterization of the trophic structure is extremely important for the understanding of natural and anthropogenic changes in ecosystems. The objectives of this research is to determine the trophic...
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....
This research is in collaboration with Kátł’odeeche First Nation (KFN). The First Nation have occupied their traditional territory in the Northwest Territories’ Dehcho region for thousands of years. Situated in the Mackenzie River Basin, Hay River, Great Slave Lake, Sandy Creek, Buffalo River and...
Diversification of Livelihoods in a Region Impacted by Hydroelectric Development: A Case Study in the Lower Mekong (Mun River/Sebok River)Download
Local people living along the Mun River and its tributaries, have a deep connection to this fresh water ecosystem and have longstanding knowledge, practices and norms that are critical to their fishing livelihoods. However due to the rapid development of hydropower in the Mekong Basin, fishing...