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Please join us as we kick off our first of four virtual sessions this fall and winter. Session I will focus on Tribal climate policy and climate change implications for Tribes, First Nations, and Indigenous communities. Tribal policy experts will also present a Tribal analysis and discussion on the key pillars of the recently released action plan from the House Select Committee on Climate Crisis “Solving the Climate Crisis: The Congressional Action Plan for a Clean Energy Economy and a Healthy, Resilient, and Just America.” The Summit and virtual sessions’ goal is to formulate and advance a proactive, tribally-led national climate policy agenda.
PLEASE NOTE >> The Youth Climate Leadership Virtual Workshop will be scheduled for Friday, October 9th. More details to come.
SESSION I GUEST SPEAKERS:
>> U.S. Representative Suzanne Bonamici
>> ATNI President, Leonard Forsman (Suquamish Tribe)
>> Washington Governor Jay Inslee (Invited)
>> NCAI President, Fawn Sharp (Quinault Nation)
>> Samuel Schimmel, Youth Steering Committee Member
>> Kyle Whyte (Citizen Potawatomi Nation)
>> Sub Chief Kenneth Jock, Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe (NE US)
>> Andrea Carmen (Yaqui Nation), International Indian Treaty Council
This session is free and open to everyone to attend, but you must register online by October 10th at: https://bit.ly/atni-climatechange