Waterpower: The Good, the Bad, and the Restorative

“In the future of hydropower in this place and its use of water in this country, the first voice goes to the First People”

Chris Henderson
Chris Henderson, head of Lumos Energy, works with First Nations communities to create hydro, wind, and biomass projects that enable sustainable prosperity. He is a mentor for Aboriginal clean-energy leaders countrywide, and he created the 20/20 Catalyst Program, the Canadian Aboriginal Fund for Energy, and the Aboriginal Renewable Energy Network. He is the author of Aboriginal Power: Clean Energy and the Future of Canada’s First Peoples.

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