This session explores the connection between Indigenous people and their environments across local and global contexts. the context of global environmental change is an underlying narrative, and the discussion in this session will explore a broad range of topics and outcomes in diverse geographies.
|Presenter||Jean B Faye*, Centre College, Indigenous Agroecosystems in Senegal||20||2:35 PM|
|Presenter||Wei-Cheng Lin*, Graduate School of Disaster Management, Central Police University, Taiwan, Pei-Shan Sonia Lin, Graduate School of Disaster Management, Central Police University, Taiwan, Social Resilience Perspective of “Build Back Better” on the Culture and Livelihoods of the Poftonga Veoveo Tribe in Post-Typhoon Morakot Taiwan||20||2:55 PM|
|Presenter||Elena Golosova*, University of Northern Iowa, The Reflection of the Sand Creek Massacre in the Public Conscience||20||3:15 PM|
|Presenter||Olivia Napper*, The George Washington University, Timothy Heleniak*, Nordregio - The Nordic Centre for Spatial Development, The role of statistics in relation to Arctic indigenous realities||20||3:35 PM|
|Presenter||Robert Fligg*, University of Waterloo, Derek Robinson, University of Waterloo, Understanding the Heterogeneous Nature of First Nations in Canada: A Study on Governance, Land-tenure and Socio-economic Development||20||3:55 PM|
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