International Seminar Series: Global Indigeneity and Sustainability

Session 10: Revitalization of Land Based Knowledge Among Indigenous Peoples   Paul Robbins, UW- Madison – Nelson Institute of Environmental Studies “Producing wildlife: reconciling biodiversity, commodity production, and labor rights in India”. (Land and Sovereignty, Natural Environment)   Filiberto Penades, Director of Engaged Scholarship and Service Learning, Center for Engaged Learning Abroad, Belize Struggles for indigenous

Global Indigeneity and Sustainability Seminar-November Line-up

The seminar series will promote opportunities for faculty, students, tribal and other surrounding communities to engage in this international exchange of knowledge about key concepts and intersections of Global Indigeneity and Sustainability.   The series and discussions will be framed by and based around the SDI theoretical model of sustainability. Click the link below to

International Seminar Series: Global Indigeneity and Sustainability

Session 9 Armando Muyolema – UW-Madison Preservation of the Quechua language and the survival of the Andean world. (Institutions, Human Behavior, Perceptions and Attitudes)   Gioconda Coello – UW Madison – East Asia Networks of Care. The connection of Quechua language and Buddhist philosophy in environmental education at the global level. (Institutions, Human Behavior, Perceptions

CANCELLED: International Seminar Series: Global Indigeneity and Sustainability

Session 8 Kyle White, Michigan State University Kyle White is an enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. He will give pdates about Climate Change actions from Geneva and New York UNFIP.  He will also discuss moral and political issues concerning climate policy and Indigenous peoples and the ethics of cooperative relationships between Indigenous peoples and

International Seminar Series: Global Indigeneity and Sustainability

Session 6 Tim Frandy, Northland College Mr. Frandy will present on the Bavarian and Scandinavian connection as well as the Sami Nation from Norway and Indigenous peoples from Russia. (Land and Sovereignty) Thomas Dubois, University of Wisconsin-Madison This presentation will focus on issues of culture and environment, cultural sustainability, impacts of colonization on culture, and

Student Perspective on “Global Indigeneity and Sustainability” Seminar Series

Written by: Dolly Potts, POSOH Sustainability Planner Intern I have attended the first four sessions of the seminar series. The speakers as well as the information shared were very interesting. The topics are of interest to me because they contain up-to-date information. Learned professionals in their respective fields give the presentations each week. All of

International Seminar Series: Global Indigeneity and Sustainability

Session 3 Michael Dockry, Research Natural Resource Specialist Indigenous Forestry in the Americas: Environmental Histories in Bolivia and Wisconsin. Environment and Technology William Gartner, UW-Madison Department of Geography Indian agriculture and land-use in Menominee and South America. The size and spatial organization of the native agricultural communities and the implications for the cultural and ecological