Winnipeg chapter attends Indigenous Climate Summit

Brigette DePape
3 years ago

I'm grateful to have had the chance to attend the Indigenous climate summit hosted by the Turtle Lodge with Winnipeg Chapter activist Jobb Arnold on Friday. Winnipeg chapter member Douglas Tingey attended the first day of the gathering on Thursday. The Onjisay Aki summit, meaning "the changing of the earth", brought together climate leaders to speak about the critical role of Indigenous knowledge in solving the climate crisis. 

First People's Climate Summit at Turtle Lodge in Sagkeeng First Nation

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