In a Conversation Canada commentary, political ecologists Dr. Noella Gray and PhD student Victoria Hodson discussed the importance of Indigenous-led conservation initiatives in fulfilling COP15’s targets.
The article appeared in several publications, including the National Post.
Gray is a professor in the Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics at the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences. She researches political ecology and global environmental governance. She also co-leads the international policy research stream of the Conservation through Reconciliation partnership.
Supervised by Gray, Hodson researches Indigenous-led conservation, intersections of international & domestic conservation policy in Canada, ethical space in research, political ecology.