2019 Future Seas workshop with Traditional and Indigenous Knowledge holders

Published: 17 May, 2019

Several Future Seas workshops were held throughout 2019, culminating in a major five-day workshop in November 2019. The key motivation of the weeklong workshop was to invite experts from around the world to Tasmania, to be part of a Future Seas Traditional and Indigenous Working Group, to define and lead their own ‘key challenge’ for the ocean. We are grateful to have the leadership and ongoing involvement of the Snowchange Cooperative, an innovative network and scientific organization working with and representing local and Indigenous cultures around the world, and participation of Indigenous knowledge holders, scholars and Elders from Finland, Taiwan, Canada, Greenland, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and of course Australia.

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