Monthly Archives: April 2021
Close ally and a friend of Snowchange, preeminent lawyer, former B.C. Supreme Court Justice and UNBC honorary Doctor of Laws recipient the Honourable Thomas R. Berger has died. A science paper based on the interviews with Justice Berger was published in 2019. Berger’s parents both lived in northern British Columbia. As … Continue reading
Out today, a new science paper co-authored with several Indigenous and marine communities, asks the profound question – Who is the Ocean? On the 20th March 2017 the New Zealand government enshrined into law that the Whanganui River is a … Continue reading
Hogan-Lovells, one of the sponsors of the Landscape Rewilding Programme, has opened a set of high-end podcasts for public. Please listen here.
Associated with the recent Google.org grant, Planet Progress has released a podcast where Snowchange rewilding work is discussed with Dr. Hannah Fry from the UK. Listen to the podcast here.
Today, the Google.org Impact Challenge on Climate has granted Snowchange a major support for the rewilding work. The award is given for “rewilding depleted peatlands sites which are natural carbon sinks to mitigate climate change, support biodiversity and support enabling technologies … Continue reading
In 2003 the Finnish non-profit Snowchange Cooperative was invited by the U’mista Cultural Society and the Kwakiutl Territorial Fisheries Commission to work with a number of ‘Namgis and Dzawada‘enuxw First Nation Elders on oral histories of climate and environmental change. … Continue reading