Indigenous woman surfing on big wave

March 30, 2022

Spotlight: Beyond the Narrative - The Perfect Wave with Hannah Bennett


In this spotlight, listen to Nia Tero Storytelling Fellow Fenton Lutunatabua's Beyond the Narrative interview with professional surfer Hannah Bennett (Rotuman, based in Fiji) to learn about the connection between surfing and stewardship of oceans.


Rowen White in a garden

March 16, 2022

Spotlight: Finding Our Way - Seeds, Grief, and Memory with Rowen White


In this Finding Our Way podcast spotlight, Prentis Hemphill speaks with Mohawk Indigenous seed steward Rowen White about their relationship with the natural world and healing, and how we fit into a web of relationships with beings seen and unseen.


Joan Carling at COP26 March with a sign said Indigenous Rights = Climate Justice by Tracy Rector

March 2, 2022

Guided By Her Ancestors, Joan Carling Fights Back


Joan Carling, co-founder of Indigenous Peoples Rights International (IPRI), shares why it’s essential to support Indigenous land guardianship, how she draws inspiration from the past and the future to continue the important work she does, and more.


Portrait of Adrienne Maree Brown, how to survive podcast poster 16x9

February 16, 2022

Spotlight: How to Survive the End of the World - Aurora and Ricardo Levins-Morales


Seedcast is proud to shine a spotlight on another podcast we adore, How to Survive the End of the World, hosted by sisters adrienne maree brown and Autumn Brown, about learning from apocalypse with grace, rigor, and curiosity.


Indigenous meeting in local village

February 14, 2022

New Brazilian Group Advocates for Isolated Peoples

John Reid

OPI has been a Nia Tero partner since 2021. We talked to OPI’s Executive Secretary, Fábio Ribeiro, about the organization’s early successes and plans to assure that isolated peoples can continue to live in peace in their territories.


view of boats used to transport the tourists and natives

February 2, 2022

The Boat of Dreams: How the Achuar Embraced Solar Power


The Achuar people living in the rainforests of Ecuadorian Amazon are stewards of land that holds some of the richest biodiversity in the world. They rely heavily on river transportation, and have been on a journey to reduce use of gas-powered boats.