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Webinar discussion on best practices for facilitating the incorporation of Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) or Indigenous Knowledge (IK) in environmental collaborative decision-making and discussions between Native Nations and Federal partners. This webinar is designed for environmental conflict resolution professionals, but all are welcome to participate!

4/3/2019
When: 4/3/2019
10:30 am-12:00 pm PDT/ 1:30 pm- 3:00 pm EDT
Where: United States
Presenter: Micah McCarty, Milton Bluehouse, JR and Linda Belton. Moderator: Stephanie Lucero

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Traditional ecological knowledge (TEK), or indigenous knowledge (IK), is becoming more and more recognized in environmental decision-making and collaborative discussions, including land and wildlife management, natural resources quality standards, planning, impact analysis and assessment, and climate change. The incorporation of this traditional and indigenous knowledge in decision-making requires collaboration and coordination with the indigenous communities who understand, advocate and live with this knowledge. The collaborative work and processes needed to develop these partnerships with indigenous communities comes with its own types of considerations in terms of planning, preparation, and topics that arise in forging these discussions.

Our panel shares some understanding of TEK or IK, what are the basic considerations to incorporating this knowledge into collaborative dialogues, and how best prepare for and support those discussions with respect and understanding. Panelists will focus on the challenges in these cross-cultural discussions and possible dynamics or considerations to anticipate.

Participants of the webinar will leave with a greater understanding of TEK and IK, as well as tools, considerations, and resources to working collaboratively with Native Nations and Agencies when TEK comes into the discussions.

Panelists
Micah McCarty, Board of Directors Flowerhill Institute
Milton Bluehouse, JR, Navarro Research and Engineering, Inc.
Linda Belton, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Moderator: Stephanie Lucero, US Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution

Webinar Description, Agenda, and Bios

Date and Time
April 3, 2019, 10:30 am-12:00 pm PDT/ 1:30 pm- 3:00 pm EDT

Registration
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/d1ace849b186e6a1cde7dc3c8da9331e

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