Happy Earth Month! Earth month is an opportunity to think about your relationship with the land and the impact you have on the earth. As communities begin to recover with COVID-19 we are inspired by ideas for multi-solving that recognize the interconnectedness of social and environmental justice. As you think about climate action this month, we encourage you to consider how collaboration with Indigenous peoples can be incorporated into your environmental action. As the article below suggests, understanding Indigenous ways of knowing and working with the land are essential to creating climate solutions.
Read more here and the intersection between climate solutions and Indigenous ways of knowing here: https://www.earthday.org/to-save-the-planet-we-need-indigenous-perspectives/
Understand the Indiegouns History of your community using Native Land, a resource to learn more about Indigenous territories, languages, lands, and ways of life. Click here to visit the website: https://native-land.ca/
Having tough conversations about climate change? Check out this resource from David Suzuki Foundation about How and why to have climate change conversations. https://davidsuzuki.org/what-you-can-do/how-and-why-to-have-climate-change-conversations/