TWO WORLDS CONSULTING
GUIDANCE WITH INTEGRITY.
Two Worlds Consulting is an Indigenous-owned professional environmental and social consultancy advising government, Indigenous groups, and the world’s leading industries. We provide regulatory advice and strategic services by helping our clients to navigate the social and environmental components of projects and program development.
At TWC, we understand that reconciliation needs to start from within. As individuals, professionals, and as a corporation working and living on Indigenous traditional territories, we have an important role to play in the collective journey to reconciliation. We are committed to applying the principles and standards of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and implementing our work with Indigenous peoples in a just, equitable, and respectful manner.
List of Services
All our services are led by our senior project managers. Our services include the following:
The environmental assessment process can be complex and time-consuming.
TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND TRADITIONAL USE STUDIES
We work with Indigenous communities to ensure…
Part of our work involves undertaking socio-economic assessments to understand the beneficial…
We evaluate project impacts across ecological components and develop management plans…
CBM-Indigenous Nations involved in the process of remediation of abandoned mines in Northern Canada expressed an interest in developing community-based monitoring programs. In pursuing these interests, the TWC team was responsible for facilitating a multi-day workshop in Yellowknife, NT, with interested Indigenous groups and regulators. The aim of the workshop was to determine the goals and objectives required for a framework of a community-based monitoring program. To ensure that the recommendations from the workshops reflected the voices of the communities, TWC’s facilitation process included meeting notes being transcribed in situ for participants to review discussions from the previous day. This process enabled more accurate and meaningful workshop process and following documentation. Based on the workshop, TWC prepared a proposed community-based monitoring framework that included indicators, methodologies, training requirements, and plans for communications and record maintenance.