ACT would like to thank the Tsleil-Waututh Nation (TWN) once again for hosting and inviting us to participate in the TWN Climate Summit in July 2018. ACT researcher Jack Satzewich was offered an opportunity to present on green infrastructure planning for biodiversity as a climate change adaptation approach. The summit brought together First Nations and all levels of government, academics, NGOs, and industry to share information on climate change-related impacts and learn about current initiatives being undertaken by a variety of groups. At the TWN Climate Summit we discussed Indigenous governance, stewardship, adaptation and resiliency related to climate change.


The summit recordings and ACT’s presentation can be found here on the Tseil-Waututh Nations website.