Land Relationships & Indigenous Rights and Titles


April 14, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm | Zoom

Short Description: Join us for a series of events highlighting some Oberlin alums working within environmental fields.

Extended Description: Gregory Kehm (‘88) will be discussing his work within his own independent consulting practice-- Gregory Kehm Associates in Vancouver, British Columbia. Gregory’s work concentrates on renewing land relationships, maintaining Indigenous Rights and Titles on treaty and non-treaty land, and creating climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies. In practice, his projects work in collaboration with Indigenous communities on cultural/ecological mapping and analysis, cumulative effects monitoring, Indigenous stewardship program building, proposed land use assessment, geodiversity modelling and climate ecological refugia spatial analysis, and technical training/professional mentoring. Zoom information for event: https://oberlin.zoom.us/j/84417665083?pwd=VDFzSCtaUEZPS2w0em8xZm1VcDNudz09 Meeting ID: 844 1766 5083 Password: CES2021

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Post Type: Presentation

Contact: lholmes@oberlin.edu | 5717326398 | https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WakT7nKoqHlGf94wFMih2bRqC9YGQMUtJp-OtWjBKgY/edit

Sponsored by: Environmental Studies Program

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