Indigi Lab’s STREAMS IQ is a series of panel discussions that bring together experts on environmental sustainability, arts, science and Indigenous social rights to share their perspectives on how Indigenous and Western sciences and knowledge systems can work together to tackle the major global issues of climate change, social justice and international diplomacy – building a sustainable future for generations to come.
In the first of the series, STREAMS IQ: I puts Indigenous science, Indigenous social rights and Indigenous-led environmental management under the microscope.
The STREAMS IQ: I panel will feature celebrated scientist and environmental activist Dr David Suzuki, Deputy Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner Robynne Quiggin as well as Director of the Ngunnawal Centre and Dean of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leadership and Strategy at the University of Canberra Professor Peter Radoll responding to recommendations developed during the Sydney Science Festival’s inaugural MAAS Indigenous Sciences Symposium. The panel will be hosted by science and technology reporter Djuro Sen.
This event is presented by the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences in partnership with Indigi Lab as an outcome of Sydney Science Festival’s inaugural MAAS Indigenous Sciences Symposium.