Information from Environmental Change and Security Program (Wilson Center): The risks posed by climate change, and in particular climate’s impact on marginalized communities, have further exposed the linkages between climate […]
Information from Prairie Climate Centre: Featuring an in-depth conversation with Mi’kmaw Elder Albert Marshall – from Eskasoni First Nation in Unama’ki (Cape Breton) – this event will reflect on the […]
The National Aboriginal Lands Managers Association (NALMA) will be hosting an interactive presentation on Climate Change and its potential implications for Indigenous Communities in Canada. This virtual event will take […]
Indigenous Led Community Floodplain Mapping Project, a 5-part webinar series from Chippewas of the Thames FN and partners. About this event Join Chippewas of the Thames FN (COTTFN), Cambium Indigenous […]
Understanding our Changing Northern Communities to Navigate the Future Keyano College presents a one-day Climate Change Conference hosted virtually and in-person at Keyano College on Saturday, March 26, 2022, Earth Hour, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. MDT. What is The Climate Change Conference? The overall goal of this conference is to bring together scientists, […]
Location: Virtually, and in various locations in the Northwest Territories and Yukon, Canada Dates: Virtual Programming; May 15 to June 15 In-Person Programming - Whitehorse: May 25-27 In-Person Programming - […]
The Symposium will bring together provinces, territories and Indigenous leaders to provide a forum to showcase adaptation efforts across the country; kick off discussions on potential short-term actions under the […]
Upcoming Event by the Canadian Climate Institute and the Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources Event description: Climate change is disproportionately impacting Indigenous people, communities, and territories—and Indigenous researchers and knowledge […]
The Indigenous Climate Hub is a unique online community of Indigenous climate change leaders that have come together to share their stories and climate change adaptation experiences. The website is the result of the recommendations brought forward by Indigenous peoples at the Indigenous Climate Change Adaptation Gathering in 2018.
Indigenous Climate Network
The Indigenous Climate Hub Member Network is an interactive online platform for members to connect, share ideas and leverage resources. To learn more or join, click here.
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