SELECTED MEDIA COVERAGE AND INVITED LECTURES
Wilt, J. (2018, January 8th). How solar power is helping redefine this Alberta First Nation. Desmog Canada.
Smith, C. (2017, March 10th). Indigenous renewable energy: Indigenous communities lead the way in renewable energy developments and partnerships. Research @ Werklund.
Muzyka, K. (2017, March 3rd). Education professor explores relationship between Western and Indigenous science: Gregory Lowan-Trudeau says the two perspectives can complement one another. CBC Edmonton Radio Active.
Lowan-Trudeau, G. (2016, October). Ethics in place: Considering environmental education research in dynamic political contexts. Opening keynote panel presentation for the North American Association for Environmental Education’s Annual Research Symposium, Madison, WI.
Michaud-Sauvageau, G. (2016, February 23rd). Enseigner aux élèves les droits environnementaux Autochtones. [Radio interview on research into teaching Indigenous environmental issues]. Ici Radio Canada Alberta.
Rice, B. (2015, December 7th). What can we learn from First Nations environmental activism? Werklund’s Greg Lowan-Trudeau receives SSHRC Insight Grant to develop teaching resources based on indigenous protests. UToday Online Magazine.
Dronkers, B. (2015, September 30th). Bringing renewables to microgrids. Pembina Institute Blog.
Lopez, M. & Dubin, C. (2014, September 23rd). The Tsilhqot’in decision and other recent Indigenous environmental issues in Canada. Radio interview with G. Lowan-Trudeau for American Indian Airwaves & Latin American Journal. KPFK & KCSB Los Angeles/ Santa Barbara, CA. (Link to KPFK Archives)
Marzolla, M. & Dubin, C. (2014, July 15th). Indigenous environmental issues and education in Canada. Radio interview with G. Lowan-Trudeau for American Indian Airwaves & Latin American Journal. KPFK & KCSB Los Angeles/ Santa Barbara, CA.
Rice, B. (2014, March 13th). What we can learn from Indigenous knowledges: New ideas in education speaker series to contrast understandings of the natural world. UToday (online). Full lecture available at: http://werklund.ucalgary.ca/node/2712
APTN (2009, May). World Environmental Education Congress. [On camera interview]. Aboriginal Peoples’ Television Network, Montreal, QC.