Sarah James – Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change: Report from the Arctic

Introduced bu Dune Lankard, Alaskan Indigenous Social Entrepreneur

The revered Gwich’in Elder from Alaska, who has won many awards for her work to protect the arctic national Wildlife Refuge from oil drilling, including the Goldman environmental Prize, depicts how her people are being severely impacted on the front lines of rapid climate change, and how they are responding.

This speech was presented at the 2009 Bioneers National Conference.

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