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F.E. Jack Putz - "Defining Sustainable Forest Management in the Tropics: A Disaggregated Landscape Approach"

Presentation date: November 4, 2019 Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) has become the guiding paradigm for forestry around the world, but all too often it is not clearly defined. While I accept…

From  Alex Ippel on November 5th, 2019 2 plays 0  

Chelsey Armstrong - Anthropogenic Landscapes & Historical Ecology in the Skeena Watershed

Presentation Date: October 16, 2019 While climate change, ecotoxicity, and biodiversity loss are keystones of modern human land-use, we know that humans have not always negatively influenced the…

From  Alex Ippel on November 1st, 2019 0 plays 0  

Maureen Atkinson & Ed Harrison - "Channeling Histories – The Dynamic Past of the Georgetown Sawmill”

Presentation date: April 17, 2019 ***Due to usage rights of the images used as part of this presentation, we will only be able to stream the audio from the event. *** Maureen Atkinson & Ed…

From  CTLT User on April 17th, 2019 10 plays 0  

Public Presentation: Leticia Kistamas - "Plastic Pollution and Solutions"

Presentation date: March 13, 2019 As a mother of three very young children, I am concerned about being buried in single use plastics. I formed a nonprofit organization called Plastic Free Terrace,…

From  UNBC on March 13th, 2019 35 plays 0  

Global Friday: Sm Łoodm ’Nüüsm (Mique'l Dangeli) - Canada's Indigenous Border Wall: An Examination of the Ways that the Canadian Government’s Lack of Reciprocation of the Jay Treaty Infringes on First Nations Rights (Audio & Presentation)

Presentation Date: March 8, 2019 Format: Presentation & Audio Signed in 1794 between the U.S. and the British, the Jay Treaty grants Status Indians born in Canada, who have 50 per cent blood…

From  CTLT User on March 11th, 2019 15 plays 0  

Global Friday: Sm Łoodm ’Nüüsm (Mique'l Dangeli) - Canada's Indigenous Border Wall: An Examination of the Ways that the Canadian Government’s Lack of Reciprocation of the Jay Treaty Infringes on First Nations Rights (Video Presentation)

Presentation Date: March 8, 2019 Format: Video Signed in 1794 between the U.S. and the British, the Jay Treaty grants Status Indians born in Canada, who have 50 per cent blood quantum, the right to…

From  CTLT User on March 11th, 2019 48 plays 0  

Global Friday: Sm Łoodm ’Nüüsm (Mique'l Dangeli) - Canada's Indigenous Border Wall: An Examination of the Ways that the Canadian Government’s Lack of Reciprocation of the Jay Treaty Infringes on First Nations Rights (Audio Presentation)

Presentation Date: March 8, 2019 Format: Audio Only Signed in 1794 between the U.S. and the British, the Jay Treaty grants Status Indians born in Canada, who have 50 per cent blood quantum, the…

From  CTLT User on March 11th, 2019 10 plays 0  

Colleen Austin - "‘Na Aksa Gyilak’yoo School – Forest Kindergarten and Beyond”

Presentation date: February 27, 2019 NOTE: There are some audio issues for the first 2:30 (2 minutes 30 seconds) of the video. This presentation focuses on some of the collaborations which have…

From  UNBC on February 27th, 2019 28 plays 0  

Ann Travers - "The Trans Generation: How Trans Kids (and Their Parents) Are Creating a Gender Revolution"

Presentation Date: February 20, 2019 A groundbreaking look of the lives of transgender children and families, with book signing and discussion invited after the presentation. Some “boys”…

From  CTLT User on February 25th, 2019 21 plays 0  

John Krisinger - 16 Years After The Human Genome Project What Makes Us Human.mp4

What do we know about and what don’t we know about the unique qualities of our species, based on our evolutionary genetics compared to other primates and mammals? Modern genomics does not seem…

From  CTLT User on February 7th, 2019 10 plays 0