Tracking Change

Fishers in the Mackenzie River Basin have been tracking change in the health of the river system and their communities for generations...

Such traditional knowledge is key to our understanding of many kinds of issues resulting from resource development, climate change and other land uses. People track change, not as a technical process but because they care about the sustainability of the river system, their livelihoods and the well-being of their communities...

Fishers from the Mekong River Basin and the Amazon region are partners in developing greater understanding of how people can live more sustainability in freshwater ecosystems...

Local and Traditional Knowledge in Watershed Governance


…creating opportunities for building and networking knowledge about the

sustainability of the world’s largest freshwater ecosystems…


MACKENZIE RIVER

LOWER MEKONG RIVER

LOWER AMAZON RIVER

  • Project Team

  • Get Involved in Research Activities

    Grants are available for community research.

  • Youth Knowledge Fair

    Learn from the Youth! Share your Ideas!

Regional Meetings

Networking

Basin Wide Meetings

Networking

Intern Meetings

Networking

Policy Meetings

Networking

Local Training

Training

Research Skill

Training

GIS Training

Training

Web portal

Communication

Conference

Communications

3

Basins

40

Students/Community Researchers

6

Years

4

Phases

Photo by Pat O’Malley / CC BY

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