Marie-Eve Marchand lives and works in Banff with her husband, Harvey Locke. She successfully coordinated the movement to bring the plains bison back to Banff National Park as well as organized the Buffalo Treaty which included over twenty indigenous communities in Alberta, BC, SK and Montana. She previously helped develop the idea of wilderness in French “Nature Sauvage” and played a key in role in the Quebec government’s commitment to protect at least half of northern Quebec. Social Innovation is the core of what she does by bringing culture, conservation sciences, communications and policy together for nature.
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Favourite Podcasts: George Monbiot talks, articles and videos and HumaNature Favourite Program: Nature Needs Half Favourite Website: The Guardian