Brightening the Covenant Chain:
Friendship Belt crafted by Ken Maracle

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Material Kwe by Celeste Pedri-Spade

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Cambridge Elements in Indigenous Environmental Research

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Our globe and beyond are treatied spaces.

About

We are a collaborative research group that works across disciplines and sectors to make treaties and environmental concerns central to education, policy and public understanding.

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Collaborate

We welcome new collaborations with researchers, policy makers, governments and environmental enterprises.

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Knowledge Exchange

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Research Programmes

Diplomacy and Treaties

International collaboration revealing globally significant cultures of diplomacy between the Crown, the Haudenosaunee and their neighbours in North America.

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Resource Use and Environmental Futures

New research on the roots of American Republican environmentalism, Canada’s green future, and sustainability in the space sector.

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Digital Storytelling

Digital resources that involve the public, advance research, energise teaching, and drive knowledge exchange, built in partnership with the UK’s foremost research software engineers.

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Political Ecologies

Timely interventions that examine the power relations between Indigenous actors and the world’s most pressing environmental challenges.

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Globalising Archives, Museums, and Heritage Sites

Connecting significant national collections with their global Indigenous histories.

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New Treatied Spaces

Projects in development

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Join us (in person and online) for talks, invited lectures, conferences, workshops, media appearances and podcasts.

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