In addition, a delegation from the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature in Kyoto, Japan, has traveled overseas for the event to learn more about the research and partnerships happening in the biosphere reserve and how those partnerships are addressing change and supporting sustainability through improved governance.
Friday, October 23, 3 pm
215 Boyanchuk Avenue
The Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve is located in central Saskatchewan and is one of 16 biosphere reserves in Canada designated by the United Nations as an area with worldwide ecological significance and commitment to sustainability. Biosphere reserves address the challenging issues of how to maintain the health of natural systems while meeting the needs of communities. The biosphere reserves are learning places for testing and demonstrating sustainable development, including integrated management and protection of local livelihoods, land, water and biodiversity.
For more information, contact:
School of Environment and Sustainability
University of Saskatchewan