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SEJ Webinar: Covering Climate Solutions — Indigenous Communities and Nature-Based Approaches
Covering Climate Solutions: Indigenous Communities and Nature-Based Approaches
Wednesday, September 28, 2022 | 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET
All journalists welcome!
|Video recording and chat log|
From salmon protection and water rights to prescribed burns and agrarian practices to direct action and countless other efforts, Indigenous communities are flexing their legal muscle and cultural rights across the continent and globe in an effort to protect lands and resources for future generations. Indigenous peoples practiced these "sustainable management" efforts long before modern society began talking about conservation, environmental protection or climate change, and their voices are still here and can greatly enrich environmental reporting. How can environmental journalists best incorporate Indigenous voices into their climate change and sustainability stories without misrepresenting intent or disrespecting cultures?
- Brian Bull, Nez Perce, KLCC Public Radio Journalist (Eugene, Oregon)
- Carina Dominguez, Yaqui, National Correspondent, ICT News
- Jeremy FiveCrows, Nez Perce, Communications Director, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
- Joe Scott, Takelma descendant and member of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians; Curriculum Director, Traditional Ecological Inquiry Program; traditional ecologist, cultural fire practitioner and tribal teacher
- Toolbox on Nature-Based Solutions and Native/Indigenous Perspectives
- Tipsheet: Environmental Reporting Through an Indigenous Perspective