Inuit circumpolar conference (icc) – greenland, alaska and canada island banks island ellesmere island kamchatka a a b a f f i n a i s l a n d wrangel island y m l p e n i s u l a north sea of the best available scientific and traditional ecological knowledge (tek)1 on arctic biodiversity this initiative, the. Introduction western climate science and traditional ecological knowledge (tek) represent complementary and overlapping views of the causes and consequences of change. Recent environmental changes on banks island (nwt, introduction the arctic has become an important reference ing the traditional environmental knowledge (tek. Article: bridging knowledge systems to enhance governance of environmental commons: a typology of settings we offer a typology of settings to bridge scientific and indigenous knowledge systems and to enhance governance of the environmental commons in contexts of change. Traditional ecological knowledge and environmental impact assessment in traditional ecological knowledge and modern environmental assessment, b sadler and p boothroyd (eds) vancouver, university of british columbia centre for human settlements pp 31-40.
2 an introduction to the major concepts, methods, theories and intellectual history of historical and cultural ecology and environmental anthropology 3 an understanding of the concept of traditional ecological knowledge (tek) and its. The validation of tek as a knowledge system was the persistence of both the people and the culture that provided the ontological context of the “traditional” knowledge the term “science” can refer to both the body of knowledge produced by scientific inquiry and also the process of scientific inquiry itself. Strengthening research by combining traditional practices and scientific knowledge for developing actionable plans for implementing them through meaningful participation of stakeholders both in the mountains and downstream, and.
In response to growing interest in accessing traditional ecological knowledge (tek) for conservation purposes, we discuss some of the complexities involved in doing tek research specifically, we consider the issues of power and politicisation, ethics and situated knowledge. Weathering uncertainty: traditional knowledge for climate change assessment and adaptation paris, unesco, and darwin, unu, 120 pp this publication is a joint undertaking of unesco and unu. Appendix 2: restoration case studies 1 introduction indigenous communities and also benefiting from the input of traditional ecological knowledge (tek) there are numerous websites and on-line resources available which environmental portal provides specific details relating to environmental policies, practices and laws7. Canada's relationship with inuit: a history of policy and program development still, inuit are concerned that environmental issues, particularly climate change, which is an issue of global concern, were not included in these sessions (traditional inuit knowledge, which includes but is not limited to language, culture and the.
Traditional knowledge relating to arctic marine species and habitats traditional ecological knowledge of beluga whales an indigenous knowledge pilot valuable resources about traditional knowledge and indigenous peoples in the arctic the list below provides a sampling of such resources. Introduction over the past several decades, as concerns about declines in local habitats, species, and livelihoods have increased, the potential contributions of local and traditional knowledge (ltk) to ecosystem research and management have been increasingly recognized. Yet, as the environmental legacies of northern development proliferate, questions remain about how successfully local or indigenous traditional knowledge (tk) has been included in and applied to issues of remediation, reclamation and restoration at former industrial sites. Envs 100 introduction to environmental science this course will explore the physical science of the earth's environment and human interactions with it coverage will include the earth's various environmental systems, various environmental problems, and the direct and indirect causes of these environmental problems.
The main objective of our study was to integrate traditional ecological knowledge (tek) and evolutionary biology knowledge (ebk) at the population level, in order to assist biodiversity conservation planning within a species of salmonid fish, brook charr, in a remote subarctic region. Represented wwf-canada on ecosystem-based management working group and worked closely with chairs on a range of topics from mpa networks to inclusion of inuit traditional knowledge in conservation planning. Usher p j 2000 traditional ecological knowledge in environmental assessment and management arctic 53 183-93 crossref usher p j 2002 inuvialuit use of the beaufort sea and its resources, 1960-2000 arctic 55 18-28.
In his youth, his family migrated between baillie island and banks island they moved to the holman area about 1934 — one of the first families to do so he married elizabeth putuitok, who lived in the area, and they later had eight children. An inuit owned and controlled clothing and fashion industry that hinges on traditional knowledge, designs and motifs and the relationship to the harvesting and processing of furs and skins provide a multifaceted link to article 8(j. According to 2003 united states census bureau estimates, a little over one third of the 2,786,652 native americans in the united states live in three states: california at 413,382, arizona at 294,137 and oklahoma at 279,559.
Inuit, nunavut, inuit knowledge and ecology, first nations, inuit and metis nunavut 1- inuit, post-secondary education and nac-an introduction and backgrounderpdf introduction and background to a 2017 study on the nunavut arctic college and inuit post-secondary education in nunavut. Marine traditional knowledge report being prepared for the project pacheedaht territory is located on the southwest coast of vancouver island, generally referred to as traditional ecological knowledge (tek) and is generally considered. Traditional ecological knowledge (tek)— the understanding students both traditional and scientific knowledge about the landscape the camp was located at the mouth of the hiukitak (2002), establishing sites on banks island (2003), prince patrick island (2004), and ellef ringnes island (2005) the sites were essentially self-sufficient. Sci-tek: a gis-based multidisciplinary method for incorporating traditional ecological knowledge into louisiana’s coastal restoration decision-making processes journal of coastal research, 30(5), 1081–1099.