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Mary-Kate Craig

Coordinator, Carbon Rights and Responsibility group, Conservation Through Reconciliation Partnership. University of Guelph, Doctoral Degree. Co-founder, Anwaatin Inc
Mary-Kate Craig (She/Her) is a consultant, entrepreneur, and passionate community builder whose work is related to climate change action and the transition to low-carbon living.  Mary-Kate has worked in the not-for-profit, private sector, and academic settings.  She is a doctoral degree from the University of Guelph in the Department of Geography under the supervision of Benjamin Bradshaw to assess: Aspirations, barriers, and enabling conditions by which Indigenous-led natural climate solutions might occur in Canada.  She is a coordinator for an emerging national network looking at conservation financing for Indigenous-led protected areas in Canada.  Along with partners Larry Sault and Don Richardson, she is a co-founder of Anwaatin Inc, an Indigenously owned company working with Indigenous stewards on the front lines of climate change.