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Applying Indigenuity: Native Communities Adapting to Weather Extremes and Climate Variability

18.1.17

Registration: Applying Indigenuity: Native Communities Adapting to Weather Extremes and Climate Variability

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    Wed, Jan 18, 2017 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM CST
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Applying Indigenuity: Native Communities Adapting to Weather Extremes and Climate Variability After registration space is limited to 100 attendees and is filled on a first login, fist seated basis the day of the webinar.
Today's Speakers and Topics:
Tom Goldtooth, Executive Director of the Indigenous Environmental Network, "From NoDAPL to the MniWiconi Winter Camp
LaDonna Tamakawastewin Allard, Sacred Stone Camp Founder-NoDAPL, "Camp of the Sacred Stone: Protecting the Waters"
Scott Moore y Medina, Principal Architect & Community Builder, Blue Star Integrative Studio, "Designing the Mni Wiconi Water is Life Eco-Village"
Beginning in the Fall of 2016, the Indigenous Peoples Climate Change Working Group (IPCCWG) is producing a series of 18 monthly training webinars exploring the application of place-based indigenous insights, knowledge, perspectives and practices (“indigenuity’) to climate mitigation and adaptation with a focus on water, coasts, shorelines and oceans.
The IPCCWG aims to disseminate a community-accessible awareness of what is known about climate change from an indigenous perspective, to present the relevant options and resources available and necessary for mitigation and adaptation in Native communities, and to provide examples of indigenous pathways to community preparedness, resilience and adaptation planning.
Funded by The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)
For more information please visit the Facebook page: https://goo.gl/wPZI8x


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