SELECTED MEDIA ENGAGEMENT AND INVITED LECTURES
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.