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December 9, 2023

Common Dreams

Stop Marginalizing Indigenous Knowledge in Climate Negotiations

Indigenous peoples are living the change that all recent scientific reports call for; this provides a baseline for policymakers and governments at COP28.

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December 1, 2023

Solving Climate Naturally

Episode 16: Takeaways from NY Climate Week 2023

Listen to this podcast report from New York Climate Week 2023, with takeaways from panels at Nature4Climate’s Nature Positive Hub. The podcast features Indigenous leaders, including Nia Tero's Brazil Lead, Nara Baré, and board members Vicky Tauli-Corpuz and Nemonte Nequimo.

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November 29, 2023

Mongabay

How Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities Can Make the Voluntary Carbon Market Work for them (commentary)

This year, 2023, is shaping up to be the hottest year on record with floods, heatwaves and droughts affecting millions of people in countries worldwide without distinction of political system, level of wealth, or geographic localization. It is evident that the climate emergency is a global humanitarian crisis demanding collective efforts toward speeding, scaling up, and concretizing climate solutions.

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October 9, 2023

South Seattle Emerald

Indigenous Language Is Land, Is Sovereignty

Kin Theory brings musician Jeremy Dutcher and Nia Tero fellows together with KEXP at the 2023 Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF).

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September 20, 2023

PR Newswire

Nia Tero Invites You to a Conversation About Indigenous Guardianship at Climate Week 2023

On Wednesday, September 20, Nia Tero will host a conversation at Climate Week about the vital role that Indigenous Peoples' guardianship of their territories plays in mitigating climate change.

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May 18, 2023

PR Newswire

New Film "Tuhaymani'chi Pal Waniqa" (The Water Flows Always) to Make World Premiere at 2023 Seattle International Film Festival

In the first of a series of global films highlighting Indigenous Peoples from the Wayfinders Circle, water and culture bring together a father and daughter fighting to protect their homelands in Southern California.

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