Co-Creation of Indigenous Water Quality Tools
Community Engaged Research
Co-Creation was developed by combining the Global Water Futures mandate, the goals outlined in UNDRIP, and the Sustainable Development Goals to ultimately empower our community partners to exchange knowledge and tools in order to manage water futures.
This will ensure holistic health and well-being, and deliver unprecedented scientific understanding, monitoring technologies, and modelling tools in response to water quality threats, especially to the under-serviced Indigenous communities. Co-Creation has three main subteams: Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Ecosystem Health, and Sensor Systems and Data Synthesis.