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April 28, 2022

South Seattle Emerald

Seedcast: Art, Revolution, and Native Futurity

"I use linocut and mixed-media techniques to develop my own ways of telling stories in the complex layers that they exist in, as well as to demonstrate the ways that we are connected to the Land and to each other...I aim to create pieces that embody Indigenous life, joy, resilience, and relationship to Land." - Eileen Jimenez, Nia Tero Pacific Northwest Art Fellow.

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April 20, 2022

Mongabay

Podcast: Convention on Biological Diversity: progress, hope and hard work ahead

In this episode of the Mongabay Newscast, the conference of the parties to the UN Convention on Biological Diversity is discussed, and what it will take to create a robust post-2020 global biodiversity framework. Nia Tero Managing Director, Policy, Jennifer Tauli Corpuz, who is also a member of the Indigenous Caucus at the Convention on Biological Diversity, is interviewed.

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April 7, 2022

Thomson Reuters Foundation News

OPINION: Efforts to heal the world need us Indigenous peoples - now

New IPCC climate report urges Indigenous participation in restoring denuded land, and flags our ability to stop the deforestation fueling climate change and biodiversity loss.

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April 7, 2022

Thomson Reuters Foundation

How to halt deforestation? Trust Indigenous groups, funders say

To channel much more funding to protect forests, donors need to shift their own demands on Indigenous groups, both sides say.

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March 29, 2022

Phys.org

Saving nature: Conserving 30% of the land, sea just the start

Expanding nature reserves to cover at least 30 percent of the planet by 2030 is the flagship proposal of high-stakes talks to rescue Earth's animals and plants from human destruction. But experts agree that a new target is the easy part and will be ineffective without funding and rigorous monitoring.

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March 23, 2022

MacKenzie Scott

Helping Any of Us Can Help Us All

MacKenzie Scott announces the organizations, including Nia Tero, receiving her support, sharing that, "Equity can only be realized when all people involved have an opportunity to help shape it...If you are looking for a way to serve humanity’s common cause, every one of them is a great candidate. Helping any of us can help us all."

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