Podcast – Valérie Courtois on Indigenous-Led Land and Wildlife Stewardship

Podcast – Valérie Courtois on Indigenous-Led Land and Wildlife Stewardship

Yale Podcast Network

Keywords: Indigenous peoples, Caribou; Canada

Media: Podcast

Public: Audults

Tone: Inspiring

Language: English

Indigenous Peoples from Newfoundland, Labrador and Yukon Territory have relied upon and managed boreal caribou for millennia, now they are leading the way on ensuring their protection. Valérie Courtois is the Indigenous Leadership Initiative (ILI) founder and director. She is an Innu forester who is a leading advocate for Indigenous-run guardianship and land protection across Canada. In this podcast Courtois discusses the remarkable efforts of seven First Nations to pull caribou in the Ungava Peninsula back from the brink and her work empowering Indigenous peoples to manage and protect their ancestral lands.

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