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Online Climate Talk on COP26 from an Indigenous Perspective

Online Climate Talk on COP26 from an Indigenous Perspective

The Rev. Rachel Tabor Hamilton, a Shackan First Nations and Episcopal Church priest, will speak as the only indigenous Church delegate to COP26 on the critical necessity of developing mutually beneficial partnerships with Indigenous peoples in the stewardship and protection of the environment. Rachel also represents TEC to the Anglican Indigenous Network across the Anglican Communion and represented AIN in worked partnership with the Anglican Communion Environmental Committee in the production of a webinar series (2020) on indigenous challenges caused by climate change and resource extraction in Canada, Brazil, Africa, and the United States. She will provide examples of mutually beneficial partnerships that make a difference and the negative impacts on Indigenous communities who are excluded from climate change “solutions” that do not include input from Indigenous peoples and that disregard Indigenous environmental knowledge.

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07:00 PM - 08:30 PM on Mon, 24 Jan 2022

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