Organizers: Arizona State University (ASU) Global Institute of Sustainability, Program for Traditional Knowledge & Sustainability; National Geographic Society
Four photographers have a photographic presentation where they will discuss sustainability issues within their country - with their photographic documentation driving the narrative. The focus will be on the importance of photography and video - indeed social media - to highlight social issues within sustainability. Photography video and social media is a crucial element in highlighting sustainability challenges and solution. This panel will focus on the crucial need to have the documentation done by Indigenous photographers and filmmakers themselves.
- Jon Waterhouse Indigenous Network of Knowledge (Institute of Environmental Health) S'Klallam and Chippewa – Cree
- Dorji Wangchuk, Former Secretary to the King of Bhutan & Dean and Director of Sustainability Photographic Documentation at Bhutan College
- Shahidul Alam, Photographer, Director of Drik Library (Bangladesh)
- Chris Rainier, Director of the Global Program for Traditional Knowledge & Sustainability Moderator and Director of Project
Location: Indigenous Peoples Pavilion (Round House)
Contact: Chris Rainier, firstname.lastname@example.org