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April 13, 2023

PR Newsire

Indigenous Storytelling Honored by The Webby Awards

Two Indigenous-made storytelling projects supported by Nia Tero have been honored by the 2023 Webby Awards: Seedcast is nominated for "Best Podcast Episode" in the area of "Arts & Culture," and Reciprocity Project is an honoree in the category of "Websites and Mobile Sites - Diversity, Equity & Inclusion."


February 10, 2023

Connecticut Public Radio / WNPR

In "Reciprocity Project," Indigenous voices reframe our relationship to the Earth

Hear about the Reciprocity Project film series from Chris Newell (Passamaquoddy) and executive producer Tracy Rector, and the increasing urgency of centering Indigenous perspectives on our planet and the climate.


February 9, 2023


Brazil-U.S. cooperation is key for global forest conservation (commentary)

Brazilian President Lula and US President Biden are set to discuss topics including the US joining the Amazon Fund, aimed at fighting deforestation in Brazil. Read on for commentary.


February 1, 2023

South Seattle Emerald

Seedcast: Indigenous Storytelling as Environmental Justice

Given the meaningful presence of storytelling across Indigenous cultures from time immemorial, what does Indigenous storytelling mean in the 21st century, what does it look and sound like, and how does it heal the planet?


December 19, 2022


COP15 nature deal hailed as 'major step' for indigenous rights

Indigenous leaders hailed a major breakthrough in a new global biodiversity pact adopted early Monday morning in Montreal, as the headline target of protecting at least 30% of the planet by 2030 includes an explicit recognition of Indigenous land rights.


December 16, 2022


A Major UN Biodiversity Conference Seeks New Goals to Save Nature

To discuss the importance of the COP15 UN Biodiversity Conference, ongoing at time of recording, Undispatch spoke to John Reid, co-author of Ever Green: Saving Big Forests to Save the Planet (co-authored with the late Thomas Lovejoy), and the senior economist and partnership lead at the non-profit Nia Tero. They discuss the recent history of global efforts to protect biodiversity and its link to climate change, as well as the key issues at play at COP 15 in Montreal.

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