Video series: Wildlife science in the oil sands region
Part 1: The road to Fort Chip
The road to Fort Chip
Phil Thomas travels to Fort Chipewyan, Alberta to work alongside members of the local Indigenous community to study the health of local wildlife.
Part 2: Learning from each other
Learning from each other
“Traditional knowledge that’s been passed down from generation to generation is so important.” Phil Thomas meets with members of the Mikisew Cree First Nation and the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation who provide vital Indigenous knowledge to guide his scientific work.
Part 3: Inspiring future generations
Inspiring future generations
Phil Thomas discusses the importance of sharing knowledge and involving youth in tackling environmental challenges.
Part 4: Tying it all together
Tying it all together
Our work with Indigenous communities to safeguard ecosystem health is making a real difference in Alberta’s oil sands region.
Part 5: Reflections
Phil Thomas reflects on his experience collaborating with the Mikisew Cree First Nation and the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation in Fort Chipewyan, Alberta.
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