A2E Webinar # 6 - "Intersection of Indigenous Perspectives on Law, Economics and Development."
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About the Event
Zoom link will be sent the day before with the reminder of the webinar.
A2E community invites you participate to the sixth webinar in the series, “From the Anthropocene to the Ecozoic” on September 30th, 12 to 1:30 pm EDT.
Each webinar takes place on the last Wednesday of every month and highlights the work of graduate students, faculty, and collaborators in the Economics for the Anthropocene (E4A) and the Leadership for the Ecozoic (L4E) graduate research and training partnerships. Talks are designed to be fifteen-minute research overviews with ideas on actionable outcomes, followed by fifteen-minute Q&A sections.
This month’s webinar highlights the intersection of indigenous perspectives on law, economics and development.
• Reviewing Economics in the light of Indigenous perspectives. by Alice Damiano (E4A PhD Candidate in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences at McGill University).
• The Front Lines of Mineral Development Decisions – Indigenous Communities. by Ben Collins (E4A PhD Candidate in the Faculty of Engineering at McGill University).
The webinar will be live cast via:
Please, advertise this widely. We hope to see you virtually Wednesday September 30th at 12pm (noon) EDT.