Zoe Todd

Zoe Todd

6:03am

Friday, June 14, 2024

Zoe Todd (Métis) is an expert in Indigenous perspectives on freshwater fish conservation in western Canada (specifically, Alberta). Their fish philosophy work brings together Indigenous science, art, social studies, stories and legal thinking about fish as more-than-human kin. Their current projects examine how Indigenous governance shapes and refracts western fish conservation paradigms. They are the co-founder of the Institute for Freshwater Fish Futures, which is an international collective of scientists, artists, writers, landscape architects, architects, environmentalists, journalists and community leaders dedicated to honouring reciprocal responsibilities to freshwater fish in watersheds locally and globally.

Zoe Todd (Métis) is an expert in Indigenous perspectives on freshwater fish conservation in western Canada (specifically, Alberta). Their fish philosophy work brings together Indigenous science, art, social studies, stories and legal thinking about fish as more-than-human kin. Their current projects examine how Indigenous governance shapes and refracts western fish conservation paradigms. They are the co-founder of the Institute for Freshwater Fish Futures, which is an international collective of scientists, artists, writers, landscape architects, architects, environmentalists, journalists and community leaders dedicated to honouring reciprocal responsibilities to freshwater fish in watersheds locally and globally.

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