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The many wonderful images found on this website help us to communicate our collective vision and approach in cultivating ecological governance. Almost all of the images are original (i.e., not stock photos) and local. We are grateful for the permission to include them on our website and we have included information on each photo below. Please note that copyright remains with the photographer and any further use requires permission. Inquires about images should be directed to the general office (see contact us). Images, descriptions and copyright holders for each original photo on the site will be posted soon….

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Raindrops on hemlock branches in the Cowichan Valley serve as a simple reminder of the sophisticated and integral role of water in ecological governance and in sustaining ecological, social and economic systems. Photo credit: Kelly Bannister


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POLIS Founder Dr. Michael M'Gonigle stands by the old growth Dougas Fir tree in front of University House 4 on the south end of the UVic campus. Photo credit: Kelly Bannister

 
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