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Living with Water: Examining Methods and Models for Integrative Indigenous and Western Knowledge to Inform - and Transform - Water Research and Management in Canada

2015

Castleden, H., Cunsolo Willox, A., Harper, S., Martin, D., Hart, C., Stefanelli, R., Day, L., & Lauridsen, K.

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This report presents findings from the "Living with Water" project, a project that focused on identifying, assessing and synthesizing the most promising research and management practices in water-related research that used integrated Indigenous and Western Knowledge to inform and transform water management practices. The study highlighted the need for transformation in how Canadians view their relationship with water in order to ensure adequate water resources to sustain future generations.

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Living with Water: Examining Methods and Models for Integrative Indigenous and Western Knowledge to Inform - and Transform - Water Research and Management in Canada.

Castleden, H., Cunsolo Willox, A., Harper, S., Martin, D., Hart, C., Stefanelli, R., Day, L., & Lauridsen, K. (2015). Living with water: Examining methods and models for integrative Indigenous and Western Knowledge to inform – and transform – water research and management in Canada. Report prepared for the Canadian Water Network.

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