Welcome to the Indigenous Climate Hub Member Network

This online network was created for Indigenous peoples and organizations to share Indigenous climate change news, projects, and initiatives. Similar to popular social media websites, you can network and connect with other online members, share news articles and resources on climate change, and join and participate in online groups and forums. What makes this online network unique is that it is 100% dedicated to addressing the climate change challenges faced by Indigenous communities in Canada. Our members include: First Nations, Inuit, and Métis, climate change leaders, Knowledge Keepers and Elders, and community members—all working towards climate change adaptation in Indigenous communities. By sharing, connecting, and collaborating, we can take on climate change challenges as a collective. Together, we are stronger, wiser, and resilient.

What can you do in the Members Network?

On the Indigenous Climate Hub Members Network, members can learn more about other Indigenous community climate change projects. Members have the ability to post updates on their climate change projects and initiatives regularly. Online forums allow members to share their challenges and to ask for advice from other members. There are many ways to interact and collaborate online, including starting and participating in online groups and sharing media. This exclusive members-only network can only be accessed by Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit, and Métis) members and their partners/collaborators; thus, the network creates a ‘safe space’ to connect. The Indigenous Climate Hub Members Network may not be used for solicitation of any kind, including for the purposes of recruitment for climate change research. If you have any questions regarding the website, membership eligibility, or if you need technical assistance, please contact us at admin@okwaho.com.

Members Network Eligibility

  1. Self-identify as an individual of First Nations (Status or Non-Status), Inuit, or Métis descent and you are passionate about climate change and would like to join and actively engage with others working on Indigenous climate change initiatives or projects.
  2. First Nations, Inuit and Métis community representation—community leaders and members including Traditional Indigenous Knowledge Keepers and Elders that are leading, or are a part of, climate change initiatives and/or projects.
  3. First Nations, Inuit, or Métis organizations—includes staff working at Indigenous organizations, who are championing Indigenous climate change initiatives or projects.
  4. Non-Indigenous individuals who have been contracted by Indigenous communities or Indigenous organizations to co-lead Indigenous climate change projects.