5th annual international conference on the past and future of the Columbia River
You are invited – Please mark your calendar. This one-day conference is free, open to the public, and lunch is provided.
- Where: University of Montana in Missoula
- When: April 11th – 8:00-5:00 PM
- Hosted by: University of Montana – Center for Natural Resources & Environmental Policy, Department of Geography
As Canada and the United States prepare to negotiate and update the Columbia River Treaty, the “One River, Ethics Matter” conference series focuses on the Basin’s dam-building era, consequences for rivers in western Montana, and opportunities to protect these waters in a time of climate change.
This is the 5th in a series of annual international ethics conferences on the past and future of the Columbia River focusing on tribes and First Nations. The series is modeled on another injustice, apartheid, and South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation process. The conference series is supported by the Ethics & Treaty Project.
For more information, visit our conference website: One River – Ethics Matter: Western Montana
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