Energy development on indigenous lands - Final IndGov/TriArc workshop
This workshop is the final workshop organized by the TriArc and IndGov projects on the interaction between industry and indigenous peoples, this time with a special emphasis on green energy development. The workshop takes place October 14th at The Fram Centre – the High North Research Centre for Climate and the Environment.
The workshop will facilitate dialogue and mutual learning across sectors and cases, with a special emphasis on learning from relevant Swedish and Canadian cases. Scientific expertise will be connected with stakeholders and industry in Norway, Sweden and Canada.
We welcome indigenous actors, politicians, industry representatives, and researchers and scientists interested in environmental governance to the workshop. The second part of the workshop will be in Norwegian for invited local stakeholders.
As access to The Fram Centre is limited, be sure to register by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org before October 7th. Lunch is included. A more detailed program will soon be presented on the projects’ websites.
0915–1130 Windpower development and Sámi reindeer husbandry in Norway and Sweden
1230–1500 Workshop with invited stakeholders (in Norwegian)
1500 Discussion and closure of the workshop
1900 Dinner for invited guests
The workshop is co-organized by NIKU (the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research) and UiT – The Arctic University of Norway. The research project IndGov has received funding from the Fram Centre (https://framsenteret.no/) and the TriArc project from the Research Council of Norway.