Protected and conserved areas are important for sustainable development. BUILDING ON NATURE is an action-oriented guide for the designation and effective management of protected and conserved areas. The volume features 30 case studies that illustrate how area-based conservation is already meeting sustainable development goals (SDGs) in practice.
We are honoured that the Thaidene Nëné Indigenous Protected Area was included as a case study in the chapter of BUILDING ON NATURE that demonstrates how protected and conserved areas can reduce inequality.
To access the entire book, click here. To read the chapter on reducing inequality, click here. To read the Thaidene Nëné case study, click here.
Our partner, Parks Canada, is hiring!
The first position is a Learning, Employment, and Engagement Coordinator for the Thaidene Nëné National Park Reserve. This is a wonderful opportunity for someone with:
The second position is an Ecosystem Scientist that will be part of the Southwest Northwest Territories Field Unit. This position is based in Yellowknife.
Applicants must have an undergraduate degree in resource management, conservation biology, or other relevant environmental science. A master’s degree is preferred.
The deadline to apply for both positions is November 1. For more information and to apply, contact Laani Uunila at firstname.lastname@example.org or 867-445-1483.
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We are the Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation. Our vision for Thaidene Nëné is:
Nuwe néné, nuwe ch'anıé yunedhé xa (Our land, our culture for the future).
We’re working with our partners to permanently protect Thaidene Nëné—part of our
huge and bountiful homeland around and beyond the East Arm of Tu Nedhé.