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#SEJWebinar - Covering Climate Solutions: Indigenous Communities and Nature-Based Approaches - Shared screen with gallery view
MJ, SEJ Staff
34:45
Welcome, all! Thank you for joining us today. We’d also like to thank our partners at Columbia University’s Earth Institute and sponsors Hewlett Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, Packard Foundation, and Walton Family Foundation for their support. We’ll get started in just a couple minutes. Some housekeeping: Please use the Q&A feature below the speaker video to send in your questions. Please do not use this chat box for questions, but feel free to share relevant resources. Finally, please use #SEJWebinar in tweets about this event. The event will be recorded and made available on SEJ.org ASAP. Thanks!
MJ, SEJ Staff
36:17
For those just joining us, welcome! Thank you for joining us today. We’ll get started in just a moment. Some housekeeping: Please use the Q&A feature below the speaker video to send in your questions. Please do not use this chat box for questions, but feel free to share relevant resources. Finally, please use #SEJWebinar in tweets about this event. The event will be recorded and made available on SEJ.org ASAP. Thanks!
MJ, SEJ Staff
36:34
Thank you to our moderator and panelists for taking the time to talk to us today.Moderator:• Brian Bull, Nez Perce, KLCC Public Radio Journalist (Eugene, Oregon), @bcbullPanelists:• Carina Dominguez, National Correspondent, ICT News, @CarinaReports• Jeremy FiveCrows, Nez Perce, Communications Director, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission (@CRITFC)• Joe Scott, Takelma descendant and member of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians; Curriculum Director, Traditional Ecological Inquiry Program; traditional ecologist, cultural fire practitioner and tribal teacher
Bikeke Saimon
38:15
hello everyone.I am Bikeke Saimon from Kasese - UgandaI am the Coordinator - Umbrella for Journalists in Kaseseujk-ug.org
MJ, SEJ Staff
49:48
Just released today — SEJ’s #CoveringClimateSolutions: Toolbox on Nature-Based Solutions and Native/Indigenous Perspectives https://www.sej.org/publications/special-reports/climate-solutions/nature-based-and-indigenous-peoples-toolbox
MJ, SEJ Staff
55:05
#SEJournalBackgrounder: Finding Native People at Heart of Environment Beat February 17, 2021 https://www.sej.org/publications/backgrounders/finding-native-people-heart-environment-beat
MJ, SEJ Staff
56:35
Reporting in Indigenous Communities, Duncan McCue's online educational guide to assist journalists who report in Indigenous communities. https://www.sej.org/library/reporting-indigenous-communities
Mussa Juma
01:03:44
Mussa Juma Director Media Aid for Indigenous and pastoralist community(MAIPAC). from Tanzania our govermment also didn't recognise Indigenous people
Jeanine Pfeiffer
01:05:02
As reporters who take photos, we can make an effort to share any photos we take with the communities involved in our reporting and interviews.
MJ, SEJ Staff
01:18:05
A recording of this event will be posted here ASAP: https://www.sej.org/calendar/sej-webinar-covering-climate-solutions-indigenous-communities-nature-based-approaches.
MJ, SEJ Staff
01:18:41
#SEJournalFeature: Native Tribal Nations Push for Changes in Public Lands By Debra Utacia Krol May 12, 2021 https://www.sej.org/publications/features/native-tribal-nations-push-changes-public-lands
Jeanine Pfeiffer
01:20:35
Many of the points made in this webinar can be found in this 09/15/22 OpenMind article: https://www.openmindmag.org/articles/indigenous-science
Mary Hoff
01:23:07
Some info on how protecting Indigenous land tenure can help mitigate climate change by protecting carbon-sequestering ecosystems: https://drawdown.org/solutions/indigenous-peoples-forest-tenure
MJ, SEJ Staff
01:23:29
‘Time honored’ harvesting knowledge altered by climate change by Carina Dominguez https://indiancountrytoday.com/news/time-honored-harvesting-knowledge-altered-by-climate-change
MJ, SEJ Staff
01:27:50
#SEJournalFeature: How ‘Rights of Nature’ Is Recasting the Relationship Between Law and the Earth By Alice Bleby https://www.sej.org/publications/features/how-rights-nature-recasting-relationship-between-law-and-earth
Meaghan Parker
01:33:56
Thank you so much to our wonderful moderator and panelists! Thank you to our partners at Columbia University’s Earth Institute, and thank you to the Hewlett Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, Packard Foundation, and Walton Family Foundation for their support.
MJ, SEJ Staff
01:34:01
Thank you for joining us today! And thanks again to our partners at Columbia University’s Earth Institute and sponsors Hewlett Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, Packard Foundation, and Walton Family Foundation for their support. A recording of this event will be posted here ASAP: https://www.sej.org/calendar/sej-webinar-covering-climate-solutions-indigenous-communities-nature-based-approaches. In the meantime:Follow SEJ:https://twitter.com/sejorghttps://twitter.com/EJTodayNewshttps://www.instagram.com/sejournalistshttps://www.facebook.com/SocietyOfEnvironmentalJournalistsSign up for SEJ’s email list to receive the SEJournal, future webinar notifications, reporting resources and/or the EJToday environmental news digest directly to your inbox: https://www.sej.org/sej-info-mailing-listsBecome an SEJ member: https://www.sej.org/how-to-join-sejDonate to SEJ: https://www.sej.org/donate-sejThanks again and take care!
Mussa Juma
01:34:26
thanks so much