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Peter is Registered Professional Forester with 25 years' experience working in the forest sector in SK and MB. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Peter's focus in the CASES partnership is to accelerate the adoption of renewable energy technologies in northern communities, leading to better economic, environmental, and cultural outcomes for northern residents. Welcome to CASES! 👋⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ usaskrenewable renewableenergy indigenouscommunities energysecurity energysecurityinthenorth sustainableenergy casesusask energysecuritypartnership renewableenergyflagshipprogram energytransition ⁠⠀


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Great to hear from new voices on the third day of our Utility Wildfire Mitigation Plans workshop, including California Rural Legal Assistance Indigenous Program, North Bay Organizing Project & California Environmental Justice Alliance re: how to reach out to indigenous and other non-English speaking communities. Some good ideas to be considered in wildfire mitigation planning. . . . californiapuc cpuc puc california CRLA northbayorganizingproject CEJA utility utilities wildfire wildfires wildfiremitigation wildfiremitigationplanning wildfiremitigationplans workshop workshops ideas idea ruralassistance outreach community communityoutreach indigenouscommunities nonenglishcommunities


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Brian Patterson (boomerangbrian), our Principal & Senior Transportation Planner, was recently recognized on a North American scale for his role in shaping ActiveTransportation - and our team is beyond proud of him! Read more about Brian's 2019 APBP Professional of the year (Private Sector) award and his thoughts on the future of bicycle facilities with the link in bio.⁠ ⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ UrbanSystems SpiritofUrban VibrantCommunities AffordableHousing AssetManagement CommunityPlanning CivilEngineering IndigenousCommunities LandEconomics LandscapeArchitecture PublicSpaces RenewableEnergy SocialInnovation StreetsforPeople UrbanDesign UrbanMatters publicspacedesign urbanscape projectmanagement servingthecommunity canadiancompany publicspace APBP APBPconference professionalawards


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Substance abuse has a large effect on the American population, but an even larger one on the Native American communities. Through the men of Red Hide, we were able to see that forming strong connections to your culture and others in the community can have a massive positive effect on the chances of recidivism later on in life. . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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Kate recently completed a BA in Environmental Studies, and is currently a graduate student in the Masters in Development Practice: Indigenous Development program at The University of Winnipeg, on Treaty 1 Territory. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Building on her background in environmental sustainability, Kate is eager explore the role that renewable energy systems can play in enhancing social and economic development, as well as reducing environmental impacts in northern and Indigenous communities. Kate is excited to be a part of the CASES partnership!⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ usaskrenewable renewableenergy indigenouscommunities energysecurity energysecurityinthenorth sustainableenergy casesusask energysecuritypartnership renewableenergyflagshipprogram energytransition ⁠⠀


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Bobbie Balicki is an M.Sc. student, Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics, at the UofS and part of CASES Team Canada! Bobbie grew up in Prince Albert and has family roots in Northern Saskatchewan. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ She brings a wealth of experience on the social and economic impacts of northern development and how the utility sector can play a critical role in Northern, Indigenous, and Remote communities. Her career passion is in stakeholder engagement and policy and program analysis using benefit-cost analysis (BCA). ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Welcome to the Team!⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ usaskrenewable renewableenergy indigenouscommunities energysecurity energysecurityinthenorth sustainableenergy casesusask energysecuritypartnership renewableenergyflagshipprogram energytransition ⁠⠀


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The director of Healing the Spirit, Fidel Moreno, has been a graphic documentary film-maker for 28 years. He was invited to attend a language camp amongst the Cree up in Canada, which is where he began to contemplate the deep connection that this tribe had with nature. Their deep meditation and understanding of the world was astonishing to him and has led him to direct this film. You can check out Fidel Moreno's work on Healing the Spirit at http://ow.ly/EsfE50vV95X . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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Welcome Sara to CASES! ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ I grew up in Newfoundland and completed my undergraduate studies at Memorial University, focusing on environmental sciences, impacts of climate change, mitigation, and clean technologies.⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ As a member of the Community Appropriate Sustainable Energy Security (CASES) Partnership team, I will work closely with Northerners and First Nation communities to understand and support what energy security means to their communities by co-creating and brokering the knowledge, understanding, and capacity in order for the community to design, implement and manage renewable energy systems.⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ usaskrenewable renewableenergy indigenouscommunities energysecurity energysecurityinthenorth sustainableenergy casesusask energysecuritypartnership renewableenergyflagshipprogram energytransition ⁠⠀


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“I have witnessed people say that if it weren’t for the sweat lodge, that they would probably not be living a good positive life free from drugs and alcohol. We don’t elicit that, they themselves just say that.” . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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The voiceover for Healing the Spirit was provided by Dr. Carl Hammerschlag, who has studied the Native American population for many years. He has written books such as The Dancing Healers and Healing Ceremonies, both of which spread awareness around the influence of these ceremonies on those who participate. You can learn more and purchase the books at www.healingdoc.com . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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This is a tiny extract from a rough cut of the 'Echoes' documentary - an epic musical journey through the red dirt of northern WA, telling a story of reconciliation through the power of music and how it connects us all. It features extensive footage from Tura’s 2016 tour to communities in the Kimberley as part of our Regional Program. . Please visit documentaryaustralia to watch more and learn about the film. We're hoping to raise awareness and funds in order to complete the project. Link in bio! . . . . . documentaryfilm projectfunding westernaustralia NewMusic thekimberleyaustralia reconciliation regionalprogram remotecommunities indigenouscommunities firstpeoples aboriginalaustralia musicaljourney touring powerofmusic wafilm musicdocumentary turanewmusic kimberleyechoes filmfunding


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In the 1870s, the Salt River Valley Nation was known for being a peaceful tribe, but it is not well known that they had one of the largest military forces in the area. When early settlers from Spain, Mexico, and other parts of America discovered these tribes, they were often very cordial. If you're interested in learning more about the Salt River Valley tribes and their history in America, you can visit https://www.srpmic-nsn.gov/history_culture/postcontact . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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Xapiri is an art gallery, shop and cultural platform dedicated to supporting the indigenous communities of the Amazon. We focus on the intersection of art, culture and economic opportunities, to strengthen the cultural integrity of these indigenous peoples. Calle Garcilaso 210 Street Store 102. xapiri . . . . . . . . . . cusco peru jungle amazon indigenous indigenouscommunities culture thebestofcusco amazonas


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Biligirirangana Betta(BR hills). The Soliga population is spread out in and around these forests of Chamarajanagar district, Karnataka. soligas indigenouscommunities everydayindia portrait tribalcommunity forest brhills iphindia nammakarnatakaphotographers latergram instagram


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Dear chimpanzees & rainforest communities.... . I'm sorry its not quick enough to help everyone of you, but I continue to do my 📢 bit here as well as finding out info to help make informed choices as a consumer (& trying to consume less) . I'm trying to pick up speed & help more become aware. . I'll encourage anyone who sees this post to press the ❤️ but even better, say 👋🤗 below and make sure others see it too with a share. THAT IS AN ACTION! 🦸‍♂️🦸‍♀️🦸‍♂️🦸‍♀️ . My heart breaks for those indigenous people and all volunteers risking it all to put fires out that have gone away now according to media coverage. I know the fires still rage. I know there are animal & human losses. . Bless you and your broken hearts. I hear your anguish iamnickrose. Keep fighting. Let me know if me & my 2018total of 5000+ LITTERED zipties can be of any assistance in 📢📢📢📢📢 rallying more. . Bless your work in Tasmania's savethetarkine rainforest fuckgiver. I might plan to 📢 about that but here is part A of your recent request (as you can 👀, I felt the need to lead in with a dear chimp here...to build it up out of respect for HER LEGENDARY WORK... 😉). . 🎾 ball for perspective. 📸 taken from atop a ladder. . ❤️ from afar. x ZZ 🌏🌊❤️🙏 . . . . . . extinctionrebellionaustralia amazonrainforest savetheamazon climatechange climatecrisis climateemergency ilovemusic🎶 iloverock rockgirl deforestation savetheworld rainforestalliance savetherainforests bethechange giveadamn givehope amazonrainforestfire tropicalrainforest theamazonrainforest leonardodicaprio humanitylove stopdeforestation tarkine indigenouscommunities earthhour


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"Rituals and ceremonies provide us with a structure by which we can get in touch with our feelings. And what it is we feel is crucially important in dealing with what it is we are facing. Rituals and ceremonies help us get in touch with the intangible aspects of ourselves. They connect us with our feelings which is where the spirit lives. The spiritual part of ourselves has nothing to do with coming from a place of certainty, which is really what the mind is about. The mind is about certainty and knowledge that can be proven. The spirit resides in the heart and soul, that part of ourselves where hope and dreams live and have a profound influence in the healing process." - Dr. Carl Hammerschlag . . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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Picking up stationary supplies and came across the WALL OF HANDS at officeworks 🖐 Raise your hand and give all Australian children the opportunity to write their own bright future. 100% of the funds raised through the Wall of Hands appeal go to delivering literacy programs in Indigenous communities across the nation🖐 Hands are available to purchase at the Officeworks’ checkout from as little as $2 indigenousliteracy indigenouschildren indigenouscommunities reading writing education brightfutures wallofhands literacyprogram lismore officeworks northernrivers ballinanow


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HOY el equipo de Rutopía se presenta en la final de Hult Prize en las Naciones Unidas. 🥳 . ⚠️La final es a las 2:30 EST, en la Ciudad de México a la 1:30 pm. . ✨Rutopía es un proyecto más grande que nosotros, ya que incluye a las comunidades indígenas, un cambio en el turismo para que sea más justo y sustentable, y a los turistas que buscan conectar con experiencias auténticas. Es de todos y para todos. . . 👁‍🗨Apóyanos siguiendo nuestras redes rutopia y rutopians para saber cómo vamos en esta última etapa de la competencia. . El evento será transmitido en: http://www.hultprize.org/2019-unfinals/. Por hultprize . // TODAY Rutopía’s team will pitch at the UN Hult Prize finals.🥳 . ⚠️The final is at 2:30 EST, Mexico City time at 1:30. . ✨Rutopía is a project bigger than ourselves, it involves the indigenous communities, a change in tourism so it can be more fair and sustainable, and tourists eager to connect with authentic experiences. It is of everyone, from everyone. . 👁‍🗨Support us by following our social media rutopia and rutopians to follow our journey during this final round. . The event will be broadcasted in: http://www.hultprize.org/2019-unfinals/. By hult_prize. . staytuned finals bigday competition hultprize 1m dollars startup youth empowerment femaleempowerment indigenouscommunities emprendimientosocial


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Let me introduce you to Rutopia. This lovely and innovative Mexican team empowers indigenous communities to become better tourism entrepreneurs. To do so, they first work with communities to help them package their rich cultural and natural assets into attractive, authentic and safe tourism packages. And finally, they make sure tourists have the best experience. And what is most important in all this, is that the four team members lesliieps emiliano.itu tianmunoz and diego_espinozas are passionate about carefully balancing tourism, sustainability and conservation of both culture and nature. No surprise they have secured partnerships with big travel companies keen to do tourism by local and governments keen to work closer with indigenous communities. With indigenous communities paying a higher poverty dividend than any other group globally, this business not only creates jobs, but seeks to change 500 years of history. Go Rutopia, there are thousands of indigenous communities waiting for you! www.rutopia.com . impact hultprize forusbyus hp19 jobcreation jobsforyouth indigenouscommunities travel tourism sustainable safe authentic mexico history change natives culturaltourism bioculture diversity communities


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Looking for a great place to walk or bike in Peachland? The CentennialWay waterfront will give you great views of okanaganlake! Did you know that the site furnishings were constructed from 80% recycled materials?! ⁠ ⁠ 👉🏽 Find out more about all the "secret" details from this project with the link in bio.⁠ ⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ UrbanSystems SpiritofUrban VibrantCommunities ActiveTransportation AffordableHousing AssetManagement CommunityPlanning CivilEngineering IndigenousCommunities LandEconomics LandscapeArchitecture PublicSpaces RenewableEnergy SocialInnovation StreetsforPeople UrbanDesign publicspacedesign urbanscape projectmanagement servingthecommunity canadiancompany publicspace peachland explorebc britishcolumbia okanagan healthylife hikingtheokanagan


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The men who founded Red Hide originally did so to provide support for one another, so they could work past their problems with addiction. They are now passing along that support and wisdom to other young men in the Native American community who may be suffering from addiction themselves. . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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Reposted from amazonconservation (get_regrann) - Forest fire in the ridges of Kayapó indigenous territory burning in Brazil, captured by our satellite image analysis. We're still early in the dry season, so fires continue to be a worrying factor. Mongabay reported on our latest scientific analysis that shows that past deforestation and fires earlier this year in the Brazilian Amazon are a key driver of the current fires. Mongabay Brazil IndigenousCommunities IndigenousPeoples Amazon AmazonFires AmazonFire Rainforest Forest ActfortheAmazon fire - regrann


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Forest fire in the ridges of Kayapó indigenous territory burning in Brazil, captured by our satellite image analysis. We're still early in the dry season, so fires continue to be a worrying factor. Mongabay reported on our latest scientific analysis that shows that past deforestation and fires earlier this year in the Brazilian Amazon are a key driver of the current fires. Mongabay Brazil IndigenousCommunities IndigenousPeoples Amazon AmazonFires AmazonFire Rainforest Forest ActfortheAmazon fire


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Dr. Carl Hammerschlag has worked in with the Native American communities since the mid- 60's and had the opportunity to study the effect that knowing about their culture and traditions had on individuals from these groups. It was evident that the Native American tribes that were able to survive throughout the times had a deep connection to their ancestry, and upheld the values that were so important to their predecessors. Learn more about Dr. Carl Hammerschlag's work with the Native American population at https://www.healingdoc.com/blogs/2014/05/spring-greetings/ . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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Meet our newest Master's student Renata all the way from Brazil! Renata is a geologist with experience in the oil and gas industry, now in Saskatoon seeking new perspectives and knowledge in the renewable energy sector. Welcome to CASES!⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ usaskrenewable renewableenergy indigenouscommunities energysecurity energysecurityinthenorth sustainableenergy casesusask energysecuritypartnership renewableenergyflagshipprogram energytransition ⁠⠀


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tamangmother Carrying her baby in a basket From one of the largest indigenouscommunities called tamang. The tamangs are believed to have come from tibet, possibly around 3000 years ago, and are one of the Nepal's largest ethnicgroups. The tamangs are distributed densely within central nepal but are also present throughout the country and in Darjeeling, India. They have their own distinct culture, tradition, language, religion and socialsystem....penandink on art board. 14"× 22"


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I spent my time in Bolivia assessing lines of defense around indigenous communities. An incredibly humbling experience working with sar_bolivia , sarboliviajenecheru , sar_bolivia cuerpodebomberosvoluntariostarijabrasschaat ajayo volunteerfirefighters prayfortheamazon indigenous indigenouscommunities chiquitania incendioamazonas incendiosbolivia incendiosforestales


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Throwback to the time I accompanied Govindu, on one of his hikes, near his village Chikka Marur in Kollegal district to collect Echal Hullu (a type of grass: non-timber forest produce) used in the making of brooms. For many from the Soliga community, the main source of income is still from the harvest and sale of non-timber forest produce such as honey, Indian gooseberry, lichen, etc. soligas indigenouscommunities everydayindia portrait tribalcommunity forest brhills iphindia nammakarnatakaphotographers latergram instagram


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Today we spend the day in the beautiful town of Santa Catarina Palopó🏡. There are 12 towns surrounded the lake Atitlan🐟, and each of one have their own Huipil. The one of Santa Catarina Palopó is beautiful blue huipil💙.⁠ ⁠ This photo was taken in front of the church⛪️, people in Guatemala are very religious.⁠ mayalla_official⁠ • • • • •⁠ mayalla mayallaweavers ethicalbrand mayallafamily guatemalahuipil lakeatitlan santacatarinapalopo huipil handmadehuipil travelguatemala beautifultown indigenous indigenousart indigenouspeople indigenouswomen indigenousartist indigenousland indigenouswoman indigenousartists buyindigenous indigenousentrepreneur indigenouscommunities indigenousartwork indigenousidentity huipilbag guatemalanhuipil atitlan lagoatitlan minatitlan atitlanlake


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Feeling privileged to hear indigenous leaders speak at flourishdiverse today 🌎🌳 Sharing stories, wisdom and passion for working together to nurture and protect Mother Earth. 🌳 It’s not too late, but we need to take action now. 🌏 THIS IS THE BIGGEST DESIGN CHALLENGE OF OUR LIFETIME 🌏 - - - - - - - - - savetheearth circulardesign multispeciesdesign socialdesign socialinnovation rainforest amazon indigenouscommunities indigenouspeople earthguardians flourishingdiversity earth protecttheplanet takeaction shaman nature designthinking designeducation extinctionrebellion


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Feeling privileged to hear indigenous leaders speak at flourishdiverse today 🌎🌳 Sharing stories, wisdom and passion for working together to nurture and protect Mother Earth 🌏 WE ALL HAVE A ROLE TO PLAY 💚 - - - - - - - - - rainforest amazon indigenouscommunities indigenouspeople earthguardians flourishingdiversity earth protecttheplanet takeaction shaman nature


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In the Pima Nation, there is symbolism behind so many of the decisions that were made when creating the sweat lodge. There is meaning behind everything they do and it is one of the reasons they can impact so many Native American men. Within the sweat lodge, there are four doors because four is a sacred number to the members of the Pima Tribe. These are meant to represent the four cardinal directions, North, South, East, and West. View the full trailer at https://healingthespirit.tv/trailer/ . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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Sukrati is from the Wetu Telu tribe on North Lombok. She still practices her traditional ways which includes rituals that honor three things their parents and ancestors, their community leaders and their gods. Despite the influence of modern religion they still seem to maintain some of their traditional ways thanks to wise woman like Sukrati. 📸: davidmetcalfphotography


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The CASES Partnership has started which means our students have started their classes! Over the next little while, we will introduce you to our talented student researchers. First up, is Micheal!⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Michael is a fourth-year student undertaking an B.A. Honours in Geography at the University of Winnipeg. Michael’s thesis aims to develop the foundations of a community energy plan for Churchill, Manitoba by providing energy consumption data and facilitating a vision and priorities to guide future energy planning. Michael is also researching the nexus of energy security and resilience, and how that can inform new regional scale definitions of energy security. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ In addition to his thesis project, Michael is a Research Assistant working jointly with the Environment and Society Research Group and Dr. Patricia Fitzpatrick.⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Welcome Michael!⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ casesstudents usaskrenewable renewableenergy indigenouscommunities energysecurity energysecurityinthenorth sustainableenergy casesusask energysecuritypartnership renewableenergyflagshipprogram energytransition ⁠⠀


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“When I was given the right, when they blessed me and gave me the right and told me, 'You take this sweat lodge and you go home and you use it in your people’s way. You use your songs, you say it in your language, you tell of your traditions and customs in this sweat lodge. That’s what we give this to you for.' And ever since then Aaron and I have been doing that.” . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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The University of Alaska Fairbanks, through the Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP), is uniquely positioned to partner with CASES in the advancement of our common goals in renewable energy transition. Welcome to the project!⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ usaskrenewable renewableenergy indigenouscommunities energysecurity energysecurityinthenorth sustainableenergy casesusask energysecuritypartnership renewableenergyflagshipprogram energytransition


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“Envision a future that takes the needs of both people and the planet into consideration.” Executive Director of JTA, José Bravo, had the opportunity to be a speaker for a Just Transition breakout session at the SoCal Grantmakers Annual Conference. Funders and philanthropists had the chance to hear from José and the other panelists about what is needed for a Just Transition. DM us if you have questions about how this panel went! • • • environment environmentalism environmentaljustice justtransition communityorganizing solidarity peoplepower climatejusticealliance indigenousenvironmentalnetwork centerforenvironmentalhealth losjardinesinstitute greennewdeal communitiesofcolor indigenouscommunities lowincomecommunities ClimateJustice scgannualcon19


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"The Navajo word for health is HOZHO… the same word also means harmony, truth, beauty, balance and the Great Spirit. Being healthy is when what you say with your lips, is the same story you’re telling by your actions, and what you truly believe in your heart; that’s when you are in balance, in truth. In the language of modern medicine this is the science of psychoneuroimmunology." - Dr. Carl Hammerschlag . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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Human and sex trafficking is all around us. It is one of the most challenging areas that I have worked in over the past decade. In Canada, more than half of sex trafficking are Indigenous women. The reasons are rooted in a legacy of poverty, racism, abuse - and the continuing colonial structures and institutions that exist. . Learning, hearing and being taught directly by Indigenous leaders on how to help survivors and more importantly prevent it from happening to future children. The Native Women's Resource Centre among their extensive programs also continues to do amazing work supporting indigenous women and children. . trafficking indigenouscommunities nativewomen colonialinstitutions sextrafficking humantrafficking slavery canada impactwithintention


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A young Maasai girl poses for a portrait in Kenya with the beadwork she has created. She has not yet taken the facial markings that some of her family has to designate the region they originate from . Africa portraits portraitphotography culture indigenouscommunities tribes YourShotPhotographer NatGeoYourShot


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Our new Circle of Nations Learning Centre is now open! The Centre is a home for dialogue and learning, and connects Indigenous groups and public servants while supporting reconciliation. . . . MyNRCan GCIndigenous Indigenous FirstNations Inuit Metis Culture Learning IndigenousCommunities IndigenousPeoples


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Remember sharing is caring! Spread the message. There are different points of view on this situation and I always encourage everyone to research and explore beyond CNN, New York Times etc 🤦🏼‍♀️ One thing is for sure. Eating meat only benefits your taste buds and is destroying our planet and our bodies. I’ve been vegan for over 8 years and haven’t be healthier! You HAVE to supplement though, unless you’re willing to eat 10 bowls of different veggies or greens per day- haha! (I only have time for 2:-) The crisis in theAmazon comes as Brazil is now governed by an administration openly hostile to environmental concerns and Indigenouscommunities. President JairBolsonaro aka “Captain Chainsaw”  slashed funding for Brazil’s main environmental agency by 24 percent. BUT…media coverage of the fires has been misleading. The number of fires in 2019 is indeed 80% higher than 2018 but it’s just 7% higher than the average over the last 10 years. It’s routine for farmers and ranchers in tropical areas to burn their fields to control pests and weeds, but why do we need so much land to grow food and raise the cattle to begin with! The fires have been presented in the media in a dramatic way, but looking at the numbers from 10 to 12 years ago, one might argue that the situation is not that bad, but worldwide deforestation is reaching record highs! The earth loses 18.7 million acres of forests per year, which is equal to 27 soccer fields every minute! We lost about half of the worlds tropical forests already. Maybe Amazon fires brought attention to it and to what Brazilian government is up to. Read about the hidden documents. They reveal that those interests are being pushed in the U.S. by Republican lobbyists, friendly with President Donald Trump’s administration, who entered into talks with the Brazilian government to promote corporate investment in the Amazon. Regardless of the politics of it all…you have nothing to lose and everything to gain by going vegan! cowspiracy amazon reforestation brazil deforestation savetheamazon globalwarming amazonianforest sustainability saveonamazon treeplanting igtv jungle comedian entertainingnews greentips improvcomedy


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By teaching other young Native American men about their history and their culture, along with offering them support, the men of Red Hide can help positively influence the lives of others who may be struggling with addiction. . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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The CASES Partnership actively engages international academics, public, private and not-for-profit sectors in an effort to find solutions to energy insecurity in Northern communities. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Dr. Patricia Fitzpatrick and Dr. Ryan Bullock, from the University of Winnipeg, are uniquely equipped to play key roles in this research and offer expertise on many aspects of environmental governance and assessment in the energy sector. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Welcome to the Partnership!⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ usaskrenewable renewableenergy indigenouscommunities energysecurity energysecurityinthenorth sustainableenergy casesusask energysecuritypartnership renewableenergyflagshipprogram energytransition ⁠⠀


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When it comes to discovering the underlying cause of violence, addiction, and high rates of suicide in the Native American population, there can be several explanations as to why this is occurring. According to Dr. Carl Hammerschlag, "...these problems are attributed to internalized anger, and the powerlessness resulting from their subjugation and political disenfranchisement." There have been long-lasting effects from the colonization that occurred to the Native American people when settlers began to move into their territory. Learn more from Dr. Carl Hammerschlag at https://www.healingdoc.com/blogs/2014/05/spring-greetings/ . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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We're SO proud to have a fantastic team led by briehaley supporting the Kwikwasut'inuxw Haxwa'mis FirstNation in developing their hybrid, smart-grid solar photovoltaic and battery systems. This is a big step towards their energy independence goal and will generate reliable CleanEnergy to the village and capacity building opportunities for their members.⁠ ⁠ 👉 Find out more about this project with the link in bio.⁠ ⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ UrbanSystems SpiritofUrban VibrantCommunities ActiveTransportation AffordableHousing AssetManagement CommunityPlanning CivilEngineering IndigenousCommunities LandEconomics LandscapeArchitecture PublicSpaces RenewableEnergy SocialInnovation publicspacedesign projectmanagement servingthecommunity canadiancompany publicspace britishcolumbia aboriginalbc firstnationscanada solarpower greenenergy renewableenergy photovoltaic solarfuture solarfarms


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Made in Peru will be donating 10% of all online sales to amazonwatch for the entire month of September. Since 1966 Amazon Watch has protected the rainforest and ecology across the Amazon Basin whilst helping to preserve the freedoms and rights of the indigenous people living there. As Made in Peru visit the Amazon each year, may your support help us to support them.


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"I am Benki, a young son of the Earth. The forest is part of a life cycle in which I take part as an Ashaninka when I bathe in the river or breath the pure odour of flowers, when I work by day or rest at night, when I eat fruit, or sing with birds and animals. We Ashaninka have a concern for what is happening in the World. We are transient beings here and one cannot just look at one's own well-being. We have to look toward future generations and what we will leave for them" - Benki Piyako • From the 9th to the 11th of September, XR Youth is collaborating with the Flourishing Diversity Series, to put on a summit of Indigenous Wisdom. • "The Flourishing Diversity Series of events brings representatives of Indigenous Wisdom traditions to educate and inspire diverse modern audience to envision a future habitable earth for all species." - Jerome Lewis, FDS Director • Sign up via to the link in our bio & story. Strike from school for real education. • Amazing Poster by matildawelshflourishdiverse


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Throughout our time interviewing the men of Red Hide and our studies around addiction in the Native American population, it became apparent that many of these issues had been passed down from parents and relatives. Having lost their home and their land, it has been a long road to recovery for the Native American populations. They have been left feeling as though they have been rejected from mainstream society. There is an intricate connection between the high levels of addiction that are seen among this population and the factors that influence their lives, some of which start before they were even born. View the trailer and learn more about the documentary at https://healingthespirit.tv/trailer/ . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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Cornered planet: stills from 360 video of monocultures in MS, Brazil. anthropocene climatechange monocultures vr 360video indigenouscommunities matogrossodosul


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Repost by reposta.app_ ——— CULTURAL APPROPRIATION OR INSPIRATION? FabricOfIndia: When it comes to inspiration in fashion, where do we draw the line between artistic liberty and insensitivity? In his column David in the Details, designer David Abraham makes a case for the cross cultural exchange of ideas and aesthetics which has been pivotal to the genesis and evolution of fashion. Read the article on thevoiceoffashion.com davidabraha . davidinthedetails davidabraham culturalappropriation culturalinspiration culturalappreciation indigenouscommunities culturalsensitivity crosscultural cultureexchange


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CULTURAL APPROPRIATION OR INSPIRATION? FabricOfIndia: When it comes to inspiration in fashion, where do we draw the line between artistic liberty and insensitivity? In his column David in the Details, designer David Abraham makes a case for the cross cultural exchange of ideas and aesthetics which has been pivotal to the genesis and evolution of fashion. Read the article on thevoiceoffashion.com davidabraha . davidinthedetails davidabraham culturalappropriation culturalinspiration culturalappreciation indigenouscommunities culturalsensitivity crosscultural cultureexchange


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"We the Mamos are the guardian's of Mother Earth, and of the hundreds of species of animals and plants and of the human beings that live on it. We will visualise together the future we want for humanity and for Mother Earth. Let us work on ourselves, from our spiritual offices, the sacred sites where we find the alignment with the divine and with the totality." - Arhuaco, Mamos • From the 9th to the 11th of September, XR Youth is collaborating with the Flourishing Diversity Series, to put on a summit of Indigenous Wisdom. • "The Flourishing Diversity Series of events brings representatives of Indigenous Wisdom traditions to educate and inspire diverse modern audience to envision a future habitable earth for all species." - Jerome Lewis, FDS Director • Sign up via to the link in our bio & story. Strike from school for real education. • Amazing Poster by matildawelshflourishdiverse


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Entrega de útiles escolares en Guanajuato, México -- Guanajuato, MX – El martes, 27 de agosto de 2019 se entregaron más de 200 mochilas con útiles escolares a niños de 3 comunidades indígenas de la ciudad de Guanajuato, en México. -- Al evento asistieron Isaret Jeffers, coordinadora en Colectivo Árbol junto a David Martínez, director Cultural de Colectivo Árbol los cuales viajaron desde Orlando a México para hacer posible este sueño a los pequeños de estas comunidades indígenas. -- Este evento fue posible gracias a la contribución de los abogados PAYAS, PAYAS, PAYAS, al licenciado Carlos Nieto y al licenciado César Suaste, director del Desarrollo Social del Municipio de Comonfort de la ciudad de Guanajuato en México, quien recibió a los representantes de Colectivo Árbol para la realización de estas donaciones. --/-- Delivery of school supplies in Guanajuato, Mexico -- Guanajuato, MX – On Tuesday, August 27, 2019, more than 200 backpacks with school supplies were delivered to children from 3 indigenous communities in the city of Guanajuato, in Mexico. -- The event was attended by Isaret Jeffers, Coordinator in Colectivo Tree together with David Martínez, Cultural Director of Colectivo Tree; They traveled from Orlando to Mexico to make this dream possible for the children of these indigenous communities. -- This event was made possible thanks to the contribution of the lawyers PAYAS, PAYAS, PAYAS; Carlos Nieto and Cesar Suaste, director of Social Development of the Municipality of Comonfort in Guanajuato, Mexico, who received the representatives of Colectivo Arbol for the realization of the donation. ______________ Guanajuato Mexico payas comunidadesindigenas indigenouscommunities donaciones vueltaaclases colectivoarbol desarrollosocial orlando donations ______________


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“I looked to God and I said ‘I’m sorry I didn’t fulfill what I was supposed to do.’ I said, ‘I’m sorry creator, I’m sorry man but it’s okay if you didn’t invite me home. I know my place.’ And I jumped. And when I jumped, the damn tree broke. So I said, ‘Okay I know what you want me to do... I know now.'” The founders of Red Hide all shared their most vulnerable moments with us throughout the making of this documentary. Having suffered from addiction for most of their lives, all three had extremely tough experiences that showed them that there was light at the end of the tunnel and they had a purpose. They went on to found the support group, and continue to make a lasting impact on the lives of many Native American men. . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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The Season of Creation begins. The Synod on the Amazon approaches. The rainforest burns. . Now is a time for action. Pray. Advocate. Strike. Love. . Today in my stories I’m talking about the upcoming Synod on the Amazon which will address the Church’s mission of integral ecology. It’s about so much more than ecofriendly living. We are all connected. . One body. One world. One God.


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The CASES Partnership is so pleased to welcome Saskatchewan Polytechnic to the project as a contributing Partner.⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Collaborating with the CASES Partnership on the community assessment and energy planning tool kits will provide specialized input into curriculum development for energy training and program delivery in remote communities, and will advance Sask Polytech's ability to meet the training needs of those communities. ⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ usaskrenewable renewableenergy indigenouscommunities energysecurity energysecurityinthenorth sustainableenergy casesusask energysecuritypartnership renewableenergyflagshipprogram energytransition ⁠⠀


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"In the future I wish to work towards improving the delivery of health care among Indigenous communities and aim to support and bring awareness to other medical professionals in regards to the deficiency of health services in these communities. This can be done by first assessing the needs of the community and reporting these findings to other medical practitioners through means of a seminar or health conference. I believe bringing awareness to the wider community and nation regarding the improvements that need to be made to Indigenous health will inspire others to take action and bring to light the lack of health care services in these cultures."⠀ ⠀ - Emily Green, Indigenous Health Scholarship (Medicine)⠀ ⠀ Sponsored by: Peter Lewis⠀ ⠀ More about Emily: https://buff.ly/2ZH9qTN⠀ ⠀ medicine medical studying indigenous indigenouscommunities indigenoushealth indigenoushealthscholar indigenoushealthscholarship healthcare community


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"I didn't learn what health was in medical school, what it meant to be healthy. I never learned that in medical school. I was an expert in illness. As physicians, we are trained to make diagnoses and order the procedures and prescribe the appropriate treatment and if you weren't sick, if you didn't have an illness, then you were healthy. Health was a diagnosis of exclusion. In Indian country, I learned a dance step that talked about what it meant to be healthy. I mean healthy, and that profoundly impacted how it is that I worked."- Dr. Carl Hammerschlag . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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🚨Los inversores también juegan un rol fundamental en la deforestación 🚨. . Es necesario levantar nuestra voz para que el sector agropecuario, los inversores y los gobiernos cambien de paradigma, protejan nuestro tesoro mas valioso y respeten a las comunidades indígenas que han resguardado por siglos estas tierras. . El último reporte de amazonwatch señala que una de las firmas de inversiones más importantes de EEUU - y del mundo - tiene millones de dólares en acciones de empresas cual negocio es la producción de soya, carne y celulosa. . Demandemos a estos inversores estándares más altos. Ellos deben implementar un análisis riguroso de indicadores ASG (ambiental, social y governanza). . 🌳 COMO AYUDAR 🌳 . - Dona a organizaciones que trabajan por preservar el Amazonas - Infórmate sobre las consecuencias de la masiva deforestación - Cambia tus hábitos y reduce tu ingesta de carne - Si inviertes en tu fondo de pension o tu dinero, asegúrate que esas firmas NO financien proyectos y empresas que contribuyen al problema. . SALVEMOS EL AMAZONAS. . . . actfortheamazon defendearthdefenders amazonfires sosamazonas sosbolivia soschiquitania indigenouscommunities earthguardians amazonrainforest climatecrisis climatechange responsiblebusiness responsiblefarming responsiblesourcing vegetarian deforestation brazilianamazon ESG responsibleinvesting bethechange sustainablesolutions foodsafety biodiversity sustainableliving climatesecurity protectedspecies climateactionnow blackrockinvestment becausethereisnoplanetb


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This lady from the Dayak Punan tribes lives deep in the forest in North Kalimantan and belongs to a small nomadic clan of 18 people. She is photographed here with a wild pig which she was butchering for that evening's dinner. The Punan are very much forest dwelling people and prefer to remain as nomads in the forest but there are less and less these days. She has tremendous wisdom and is a true guardian of the forest. 📸: davidmetcalfphotography • • • motherjungle indonesia environment sustainability conservation culture mother jungle indigenous empowerment education wonderfulindonesia sustainabledevelopment womenempowerment indigenouscommunities local localcommunities greeninitiative tradition borneo kalimantan damniloveindonesia wonderfulindonesia storytelling localwisdom dayaknese dayak sukudayak northkalimantan portrait


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google’s corporate cultural cooking experience with us & fareshare_australia . Keen? More info at www.heartfutures.org.au/corporate-engagement zerowaste doinggood corporate volunteers socialenterprise food indigenouscommunities impact tiktok RAPPlan closethegap teambuilding


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In the Pima Nation, many legends are used to teach children lessons, such as this one from www.firstpeople.us "A long, long time ago, when the world was new, Ban (Coyote) stole an old woman's chu'i (pinole). The chief of the village chased the thief. To escape, Ban flew to the sky, spilling the white chu'i across it. The chief flew after him. When he caught the culprit, he angrily picked him up and flung him to the moon. Thus on a bright moonlit night, the desert Coyotes look up at the sky. They see the Coyote in the moon and wail for their brother. And when you look up at the sky, you can still see the pinole scattered all across it." . . . . . . documentary socialdocumentary nativeamerican nativeamericanhistory nativeamericanpeople indigenous indigenouspeople indigenouspride indigenoushistory indigenouscommunities indigenousidentity firstnations nativepride documentary film photography documentaryphotography filmmaking art photojournalism healingthespiritmovie addictionrecovery addictions addictionawareness addictiontreatment addictioneducation


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How to combat fear - ACT however large or small. Choose 1🔥point below to try THIS WEEK! . LEARN 🔥 REDUCE 🔥BUY 🔥DONATE 🔥 SHARE 🔥 VOTE ...... bit by bit, day by day... . 🔥LEARN where your food comes from...whether meat, soy, grain or veg. Just pick 1️⃣ regular buy to be curious about, as a start. . 🔥 REDUCE your consumption of wood, paper, meat, palm oil & dairy. Commit to ⬇️ one of these this month. . 🔥 BUY rainforest safe purchases. Google the logo to look for OR check back in during the week for an update here (the zipties know 😉). . 🔥Become a regular supporter, or DONATE 1️⃣ time to rainforestalliance or amazonwatch or those supporting the courageous resistance of the indigenous. Follow greenpeace or even leonardodicaprio for the lowdown on anything major environmental goin down. Donate to increase the firefighting team via iamnickrose . 🔥SHARE posts about this stuff, tag news orgs & influencers so they're more likely to report on it in the moment, not a month later! . 🔥 VOTE for leaders that will boldly ACT on the climatecrisis . Oh, in case, you wonder... 5000+ LITTERED zipties made this. And me. 📸 taken from atop a ladder. 🎾 ball for perspective 🌏🌊❤️🙏 . . . 🎶🎶sepultura 🎶🎶 extinctionrebellionaustralia amazonrainforest savetheamazon climatechange climatecrisis climateemergency ilovemetal ilovemusic🎶 deforestation savetheworld rainforestalliance savetherainforests metalhead bethechange giveadamn givehop metalheads amazonrainforestfire tropicalrainforest theamazonrainforest metalheadgirl leonardodicaprio worldrecord recordbreaker recordbreakers humanitylove metalmusic indigenouscommunities earthhour


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The Brazilian indigenous kids in the photo are part of the community that we visited, in the Amazon, when we were still dreaming with the company we call now "Made By", we created this business because we believe that sustainable consumers habits can change the way we deal with other people, with ourselves and with the environment. Those communities are the core of our production chain (collecting and producing our ingredients), and by shopping Made By products you have the opportunity to impact the life of someone that is now fighting for the Amazon on the frontline. . . . And if you want to know what’s happening with the Indigenous people in Brazil, fighting to protect their lands, follow guajajarasonia . She is an environmental and indigenous rights activist in Brazil who is fighting this fight on the ground, not only for her people but for the rest of us. . . . PrayForAmazon Sustainability Amazon HelpTheAmazon ConciousConsumption TakeAction SaveTheAmazon IndigenousOfBrazil IndigenousCommunities Brazil IndigenousKid BusinessForGood TransparentBeauty


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« Canada’s IndigenousEconomy has the potential to grow from $32 billion to $100 billion in the next 5 years. » ————————————————— « One of the strengths of the Indigenous economy is that 🇨🇦’s changing legal environment is facilitating the economic growth of IndigenousCommunities. IndigenousPeople have won 270 legal cases for their rights and although these wins were in the courtroom, these victories set a new standard for IndigenousRelations with the state and corporations. This creates a new economic space in which IndigenousCompanies and entrepreneurs can grow. » ————————————————— Carol Anne Hilton is the CEO and Founder of The Indigenomics Institute. She is a recognized FirstNation’s BusinessLeader and adviser. Carol Anne is of Nuu chah nulth descent from the Hesquiaht Nation on Vancouver Island. She currently serves on the Canadian Economic Growth Council as an advisor to Minister Morneau, the BC Emerging Economy Task Force as an adviser to the  Minister of Jobs, Trades and Technology as well as on the BC Indigenous Business and Investment Council for the Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation.


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