Dawn Hoogeveen is a University Research Associate in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University. She is a cross appointed at the First Nations Health Authority where she is collaboratively progressing a program of work on land-based health and wellness indicators and health impact assessment. Dr. Hoogeveen’s work and experience is nested in environmental health justice and Indigenous studies. She has several current research projects, including a) Healing Indicators: Examining community led Indigenous health and wellness frameworks and Indigenous Health Impact Assessment; b) Examining the health and wellness benefits of Indigenous Protected Areas; d) Climate change and offshore drilling moratoriums in Canada and New Zealand; e) Climate Change and Intersectionality in British Columbia. Dr. Hoogeveen’s work is funded through CIHR and the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research. She has a longstanding interest in Indigenous self-determination in regard to resource regulations and jurisdictional challenges that arise within the context of land dispossession and Indigenous rights and title.