Why indigenous people need to be at the centre of climate action
Published on 20/12/2022
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Meet Daphne Kay, who belongs to an indigenous community that is currently bearing the brunt of climate change and they are the first to suffer directly from the effects of climate change.

In a conversation with LetMeBreathe Daphne says, “Indigenous people have always been disproportionately impacted by climate change. We are at the forefront of climate change and yet we are not at the tables discussing and negotiating.”

Indigenous communities from Cowessess First Nation want to become clean energy change agents.

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