Monthly Archives: May 2021
Equity of our future oceans
A team of Indigenous, local community representative and science authors have teamed to review how the equity of the future oceans might look like. The results are out today, in a new article. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) … Continue reading
Grey Plover Visits, Several New Rewilding Sites
Late May saw the visit of Grey Plover (Pluvialis squatarola) in Linnunsuo ICCA rewilding wetland. Most likely the rare bird was on its way to the Russian North. Additionally, May saw the inclusion of over 220 hectares to the rewilding … Continue reading
Ethical and Inclusive Communication On Small-Scale Fisheries
Join us in a webinar on Ethical and Inclusive Communication On Small-Scale Fisheries, Wednesday 19th May, 2021. See below for instructions on registering and instructions here.
Ethics of Comanagement?
A new science paper from Snowchange, out today, investigates Indigenous ethics and co-management. It is published in the American Journal of Evaluation. The applicability of Indigenous ethics to the evaluation of ecological restoration is explored through two case examples involving … Continue reading