Arctic research is too often siloed along disciplinary lines, reflecting traditional science education and research practice. Co-production of knowledge is increasingly being recognized by the scientific community at-large. However, in many instances the concept is being incorrectly applied. This webinar will highlight several successful examples of projects that bring Indigenous Knowledge holders and scientists together through a co-production of knowledge framework to create a holistic image of Arctic environmental changes.
Speakers include: Carolina Behe, Inuit Circumpolar Council-Alaska; Raychelle Daniel, Pew Charitable Trusts; Nicole Herman-Mercer, U.S. Geological Survey; and Andy Mahoney, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
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