Ethics and the

    Columbia River Treaty

    Righting Historic Wrongs

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     Bill Green

William (Bill) Green’s 40 year career has been focused on the conservation and restoration of aquatic ecosystems and fish, working with indigenous communities and nations in Papua New Guinea, on the west coast of Vancouver Island (Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council) and in the northern (BC) part of the Columbia River basin (Ktunaxa and Secwepemc Nations).  

Bill graduated from Carleton University with a B.Sc. (Hon, Senate Medal) in Biology and Geology and undertook graduate studies at the Institute of Animal Resource Ecology, University of British Columbia. 

Most recently, Bill has been the director of the Canadian Columbia River Inter-tribal Fisheries Commission and, in this position, an operational director with the Ktunaxa Nation Council.  His work is currently focussed on restoration of anadromous salmon, water quality protection and transboundary watershed governance. 

Bill has lived with wife and family in Kimberley BC since 1994 and shares a love of outdoor activities in the Rocky and Purcell Mountain ranges and adjacent waters with his 4 children and growing number of grandchildren.