I am originally from Moh-kíns-tsis (Calgary) in the Treaty 7 region of mixed Métis, Settler-Lenape, Norwegian, and Swiss ancestry with family roots across the prairies and eastern woodlands of present-day Canada and the United States. As a researcher and educator my interests include Indigenous environmental activism and social movement learning; critical media literacy and environmental communication; renewable energy education; and Japanese environmental knowledge and practices. I typically approach these topics through critical, interpretive, and Indigenous research methodologies.
Greg Lowan-Trudeau, PhD
Associate Professor, Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary