Indigenous Led Climate Action – Next Gen of policy changemakers

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Date(s) - 23/02/2022
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm



The ICA team will hold a series of four webinars to take a glimpse at the work of Land Defenders, Youth, Elders, and Knowledge Keepers across Turtle Island putting decolonial policy work into practice. Join us as they share their experiences, challenges, and stories of doing the work, protocols of the land, and how reframing “policy” to an Indigenous worldview is necessary for the health and safety of all of Sacred Earth’s relatives.

In the third webinar in our four part series, our team was able to meet some amazing young people while in Glasgow, Scotland for the 26th annual conference of parties (COP26) at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Some of which were the youth representatives from Kahnawake Collective Impact to continue the conversation on this side of the pond.

Join us, as we catch up with four amazing people, on what they are doing within their communities, their insights and perspectives to their time at the International stage on climate policy, and arguably more importantly what their vision of climate justice is and how Indigenous led solutions will shape the next generation of climate “policy” in so-called Canada.


Sage Goodleaf

Carlee Loft

Ohontsakehte Montour

Julie Delisle

Moderated by our Youth Researcher Sarah Hanson

Hosted by Rebecca Sinclair


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