BLUE ECOLOGY VIDEO 2: “When collaboration is a common or shared value, the right mix of people and perspectives will create the conditions for change. We need a paradigm-shift in the way we do things,” said Fin Donnelly – Member of Parliament, founder & Chair of the Rivershed Society of British Columbia
Note to Reader:
In the Blue Ecology Workshop in November 2017, Member of Parliament Fin Donnelly teamed with the Partnership for Water Sustainability’s Ted van der Gulik, the CBC’s Bob McDonald (host, Quirks & Quarks) and Michael Blackstock (creator of the Blue Ecology paradigm) to share their unique and complementary perspectives on a water-first approach. The Fraser River was a centrepiece for the workshop program.
Kim Stephens, Executive Director of the Partnership for Water Sustainability, was the workshop faciliator/moderator.
To Learn More:
Download “Blue Ecology – interweaving First Nations cultural knowledge and Western science” for a program preview.
Visit “The Fraser River’s diversity – including people and landscapes – inspires me. However, we need to apply ‘Watershed CPR’ to the Fraser to return it to health,” says Fin Donnelly