Osgoode Environmental Justice and Sustainability clinic will be hosting a panel discussion on Restructuring our Relations: Legal and Policy Dimensions of Indigenous-Led Conservation in Ontario and Beyond. The panel will explore the various intersections that exist between environmental and cultural preservation, and Indigenous jurisdiction. Join a leading group of lawyers and scholars to learn more about the key concepts and principles behind Indigenous-led conservation, existing and emerging models, and key challenges to implementing these solutions. Co-hosted with the York Research Chair in Environmental Law & Justice.
The lecture will run on Wednesday October 13th from 12:30 – 2pm.
Register at the following link: https://machform.osgoode.yorku.ca/ext/view.php?id=114261.
For more information visit: https://ejsclinic.info.yorku.ca/2021/10/indigenous-led-conservation-in-ontario-beyond/