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Digital storytelling of holistic knowledge to contemporary environmental problems
WhenFriday, Mar 15, 2019, 1 – 3 p.m.
Campus locationSamuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center (ECC1)
Campus roomUnity Suite
Event typesScreenings, Special Events
Event sponsorsCollege of the Environment
School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
Description

Environmental problems occur at multiple spatial and temporal scales in natural-human landscapes.  Their inherent complexity makes it hard to approach each problem holistically. Instead of developing sophisticated models or computer programs, scientists need to learn from local and native communities who have internalized holistic knowledge practices that are climate and environmentally just.

Four student groups from course ESRM490/SEFS590 learned to apply the decolonizing frameworks to look and communicate complex multi-dimensional environmental problems from a more holistic perspective.  Each group was guided and facilitated by a Teaching Team that included Tribal leaders, systems-based storytelling experts, ecosystem ecologists, DEI specialists, and information and communication technologists.

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