Here is “Indigenous Interpretations: Invoking the Third Indian Canon to Combat Climate Change,” chapter 2 of Developments in the Law: Climate Change. Chapter 2 begins on page 1568 (page 47 of the pdf).
Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change: Preparing for COP26
The University of Colorado’s American Indian Law Program and Getches Wilkinson Center invite you to “Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change: Preparing for COP26,” taking place:
Oct 20th, 2021, 12pm-1:15pm MT, via Zoom at https://cu.law/AILP
Moderated by Professor Kristen Carpenter, the panel features Fawn Sharp, President, National Congress of American Indians; Kim Gottschalk, Staff Attorney, Native American Rights Fund; and Andrea Carmen, Executive Director, International Indian Treaty Council.
On October 31, 2021, the world will gather in Glasgow for COP26, a major summit on climate change. As the U.S. rejoins the Paris Agreement, Indigenous Peoples, their traditional knowledge, and relationship with the earth are also at the forefront. Join Colorado Law for a discussion with Indigenous leaders and advocates to learn what’s at stake for all of us.
Originally published in Indian Country Today and republished by High Country News here.
From Yale Climate Connections, “By paying attention, tribes in the Northwoods are leading the way on climate change.”
From all of us at TT, this rocks. Here.
ABA’s Native American Resources Committee is sponsoring a webinar on climate justice, from the perspective of local actors driving change. More information is available here. Wednesday, January 23, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM ET.
Here is “An Alaskan village is falling into the sea. Washington is looking the other way.”
The Ninth Circuit has denied mandamus relief to the U.S. Here.