Creative Fire’s Director, Nuclear Sector, Dazawray Landrie-Parker, was the moderator for a special panel at the Canadian Nuclear Association’s 2022 Together for Net Zero Conference (CNA2022), which took place in April 2022.
In our second piece in our series called Reconciliation and sustainability from the Des Nedhe Institute, we highlight ideas that come from Indigenous leaders at the FNMPC Towards Net Zero by 2050 Conference and how they relate to current ESG practices. By taking a thoughtful look at who really drives and benefits from ESG initiatives, we can better understand how the worldviews and interests of those leading a corporate sustainability approach inevitably impact its outcomes.
What actually is sustainability? If we are to understand it in its truest sense, it means that any corporate sustainability strategies must be rooted in Reconciliation. In this, the first part in a series on the connection between Reconciliation action and sustainability strategy, the authors demonstrate why pillars of Reconciliation are so important to any corporation environmental action.
Dazawray Landrie-Parker, Creative Fire’s Director, Nuclear Sector, was featured in the spring edition of the Wilson Center’s magazine, The Wilson Quarterly. Dazawray provided her insights on Arctic policy, cooperation, and Indigenous engagement, especially as it relates to climate change and the importance of Indigenous worldviews.