Canadian National Parks, protected areas and ‘wild' spaces have long played an important role in Canadian national imagination. In 2017, residents and visitors alike are encouraged to visit these places and reflect on their importance to Canada during this 150th anniversary of confederation. This national conversation is taking place at the same time that Canada is trying to formulate a plan to meet its international commitments for protected area coverage and while Canadians increasingly recognize the colonial foundations of protected area establishment and planning.
This panel event, featuring esteemed speakers with expertise in environmental issues, will build on this conversation and help the audience reflect on the strengths, challenges and opportunities for conservation in Canada. Moderated by Judy Maddren M.S.M, CBC Journalist and UofG Alumna the panelists include:
The College of Social and Applied Human Sciences together with the Department of Geography are excited to present this event in support of the Kinross Chair in Environmental Governance. U of G and Kinross joined forces in 2008 in a new education and research network to promote responsible natural resource management. The panel event has limited seating so reserve your seat!
Ticket is Free, Registration is Required - Please register here!