Brightening the Covenant Chain:
Friendship Belt crafted by Haohyoh (Ken Maracle)
Material Kwe by Celeste Pedri-Spade
Cambridge Elements in Indigenous Environmental Research
Our globe and beyond are treatied spaces.
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.
We welcome new collaborations with researchers, policy makers, governments and environmental enterprises.
Pitch your idea for Elements in Indigenous Environmental Research, a new Cambridge University Press print and digital book series.
Diplomacy and Treaties
International collaboration revealing globally significant cultures of diplomacy between the Crown, the Haudenosaunee and their neighbours in North America.
Resource Use and Environmental Futures
New research on the roots of American Republican environmentalism, Canada’s green future, and sustainability in the space sector.
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.
Timely interventions that examine the power relations between Indigenous actors and the world’s most pressing environmental challenges.
Globalising Archives, Museums, and Heritage Sites
Connecting significant national collections with their global Indigenous histories.
Join us (in person and online) for talks, invited lectures, conferences, workshops, media appearances and podcasts.
How Sustainable Is American Farming and Can Indigenous Agroecology Solve Its Key Challenges? @ UCL (14 November 2022)
‘How Sustainable Is American Farming and Can Indigenous Agroecology Solve Its Key Challenges?‘ (in-person event) Abstract Almost 10 billion people are predicted to exist on Earth by 2050—that is about…