Pathway to Target 1 and Nature Fund:
- Outreach across the country to create conditions for resilience.
- Cooperative management model/approach to governance: shared decision making; joint advisory mechanisms
Using ethical space to facilitate moving toward Reconciliation; developing relationships in context of biodiversity and conservation protection
- “Ethical space”: Parallel systems of Indigenous and non-Indigenous knowledge systems, and engagement between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, recognizing that all human beings belong at the table.
- Conservation through Reconciliation Partnership – CRP (May 2019) – 30+ partners
- Franklin recovery: combined traditional knowledge and western science in protecting ecosystems
- Visitor experience: work with Indigenous communities to create storytelling stages “for their voice to be heard” – Elizabeth Lacoursière, Parks Canada
- Knowing our audiences better to identify impact
Collaborative learning and research in support of Indigenous-led conservation
CPCIL Innovation and Collaboration forum