Episode 70 – What Mountain Biking Has Done for First Nations Communities in British Columbia to Address Climate Change
ABOUT THIS EPISODE
Jay Darby of IMBA Canada, returns to continue our discussion on Climate Change and what role Mountain Bike Trail Associations can play in addressing it. In addition to Jay, we’re joined by past guest and Executive Director of the Aboriginal Youth Mountain Bike Program, Patrick Lucas. Both Jay and Patrick share their experience of working in remote British Columbia communities and how Climate Change is directly effecting them and how Mountain Biking is empowering these same communities to address it.
Brent is a Trail Builder with the North Shore Mountain Bike Association and focuses on the Upper and Lower Griffen Trails on Mount Fromme. Through his work with Trailforks he’s come to discover the world of advocacy beyond just his home in North Vancouver, and serving as the inspiration to create Front Lines MTB.
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RELATED SHOW LINKS
BC Aboriginal Youth Mountain Biking Project – https://www.facebook.com/BCAboriginalYouthMountainBikingProject/
Before Global Warming, Humans Caused Global Cooling, Study Finds – https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/05/climate/little-ice-age-colonization.html
Native Land – https://native-land.ca/
Outdoor Recreation Council of British Columbia Best Practices Guide – https://www.orcbc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/2019_ORC_Working-in-a-Good-Way_web.pdf
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