Interim Director Eriel Deranger travels to Power Shift Australia!

Indigenous Climate Action believes it is not only important to create relationships which links climate action by Indigenous communities across Turtle Island’s, we also believe that creating these links globally is integral to the overall mitigation of climate impacts. Climate change is not something that is limited to geographical areas and unfortunately effects climates, environments, and people who have not been directly exposed or involved with the causes. As a part of Indigenous Climate Action’s larger and more broad objectives to make connections with Indigenous Nations on an International level director Eriel Deranger has recently taken part in the Power shift Australia event hosted i

Exciting New Career Opportunities with ICA!

As a part of our goal to continue growing our network Indigenous Climate Action is excited to announce 3 new job opportunities. We have been working hard in securing funding to expand our network from a volunteer committee to part time and full-time staff. These positions will continue to assist ICA with the support needed to ensure we fulfill our obligations. We are now accepting applications for the following 3 positions: 1. Part Time Administrator - $20.00- $27.00/ hr based on qualifications. The ICA team is looking for a detail oriented administrator to help keep a smooth running ship and assist with emails, finances and administrative tasks as assigned. The Deadline to apply is August

ICA WINS Lush Spring Prize Award

On May 24th, Indigenous Climate Action was awarded the International Lush Spring Prize under the Young Projects Category in Forrest Row, UK. The Lush Spring Prize was a competitive award with hundreds of applicants and came with a £25,000 cash prize to help further the work of the winning projects. We are so happy and honoured to have been awarded such a prestigious award! Heather Milton-Lightening and myself travelled to the UK to attend the award ceremony, present a workshop on the work of Indigenous Climate Action and meet all of the other winners. To be honest, it was one of the fastest trips I've taken overseas and both Heather and I were soooo tired! But it was worth it to stand with

Understanding the Paris Agreement through Indigenous perspectives- Webinar

On Thursday July 6th at 7pm CST the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN) is hosting a webinar that will provide information on what outcomes the Paris Agreement has on Indigenous peoples and communities. Representing Indigenous Climate Action, Eriel Deranger, will be speaking on her insight to the agreement and the contrasting actions Canadian administration has taken following their signing of the agreement. Everyone is invited to join and learn how as a collective Indigenous voices are responding to these agreements. This webinar provides an opportunity for anyone who is interested to learn about the Paris agreement and to hear from the panel of well rounded and notable experts on the ov

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