It is important for the world to consider Indigenous world views in relation to water. We invite you to listen.
‘Water: An Indigenous Perspective” is a fireside chat conversation between Havasupai, Tewa and Hopi Elder, Mona Polacca and Karenna Gore from the Center for Earth Ethics. This dialogue co-sponsored by the United Confederation of Taíno People, the NGO Committee on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the Climate Heritage Network lifts the voice of Indigenous Peoples with an inter-generational legacy of knowledge to protect and care for nature’s clean water sources.
Available to Stream during NY Water Week: March 18 – 24 with a special stream on Tuesday evening, March 21st at 7 pm ET on our website and social media platforms.
Visit the event page on the CEE website to sign up for a link to access and a reminder to tune in.
Center for Earth Ethics supports the UN 2023 Water Conference and the Indigenous Peoples Pre-Summit for the UN Water Conference and especially the integration of Indigenous Peoples’ knowledge to discern meaningful action items for achieving the Water Action Agenda by 2028 and related 2030 goals.