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The importance of indigenous knowledge in fisheries management

Andrea Reid, Zach Penney, and Patrick Cooney

The Fisheries Blog

This blog argues that creating a confluence between indigenous knowledge and Western Science is critical to developing a sustainable path towards addressing ecological and fisheries-related challenges

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Indigenous knowledge and ocean science

’Qátuw̓as Jessica Brown

TEDx Brentwood College School

This video explores the relationship between Indigenous knowledge and Western science through work with Ocean Networks Canada.


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From “fishing together” to “to fish in common with”: Makah marine waters and the making of the settler commons in Washington Territory, USA

Dr Joshua L. Reid

University of Washington, USA

This video examines the 1855 Treaty of Neah Bay that the Makah Nation negotiated and signed with the USA to illustrate how indigenous peoples were marginalized in favour of settlers.

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A brief history of colonisation, customary law, and indigenous marine dispossession

Dr David Wilson

One Ocean Hub, University of Strathclyde, UK

An overview of some of the key learnings on the themes of: legal pluralism, coastal and maritime sovereignty, and the construction of ‘customary’ law and ‘traditional’ usage rights.

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The development of a transdiciplinary framework for sustainable and integrated ocean development in the Pacific

Payal N. Maharaj and Jeremy M. Hills

University of the South Pacific, USA

Is only traditional research considered as transdisciplinary or can modern research also add towards transdisciplinarity?

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Navigating ocean literacy and sustainability in the classroom

One Ocean Hub

University of Strathclyde, UK

This webinar explores how ocean literacy can be brought to the classroom, and beyond, through multi-disciplinary project based learning in different educational contexts world-wide.

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Maya Natuk, Greenland, Youth Speaker at the COP27

Maya Natuk

United Nations

In this video Maya, a climate and children's right activist in Greenland calls upon policy makers to listen to children and their recommendations to the climate crisis

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What is illegal fishing? | a cartoon crash course

Pew Charitable Trusts

Pew Charitable Trusts

1,800 pounds of fish per second is stolen from our oceans, damaging marine ecosystems and harming legitimate fishermen, while also discussing types of illegal fishing and its impact.