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Health Equity and Climate Change: Indigenous Local Traditional Knowledges - Shared screen with speaker view
Colin Nackerman
48:34
Welcome everyone! Thanks for your patience as we worked out some technical difficulties. All attendees are in listen-only mode. If you have a question please type into the chat here and we will read it at the end of the session.
Beverly Harp
01:01:55
We will be sharing the slides :)
Rae Billiot
01:02:27
Yakoke!
Colin Nackerman
01:12:17
Sorry, yes we will type questions in here.
C Greene
01:13:13
With traditional knowledge being both cumulative and dynamic, how are locations for fishing, hunting, gathering changing... or are new relatives (species) being adopted into ceremonies?
Colin Nackerman
01:21:20
Question: What kinds of solutions are tribes that depend on fishing and farming for their food using to address food insecurity from the unstable weather patterns produced by climate change? Are there policies that we should be advocating to help Indigenous tribes and American farmers to sustain the quality and quantity of the food that we all eat as the planet warms?
Colin Nackerman
01:30:02
Panelist Question: What is the role of policy to advance health and climate solutions on tribal lands? How do political power dynamics and government-to-government relations affect the policy change vs direct action approach?
Tracy
01:41:28
Isn't the neglect of climate by US Government a breach of the treaty - destruction of habitat, locations and traditional food source ex: even to the point of Camus and lichen? Especially if species go extinct like caribou? Didn't Boldt decision set precedence for ensuring these ways are protected?
C Greene
01:44:07
In an effort to bring traditional/cultural understandings into policy there have been "Rights of Nature" initiatives have been making strides. Has "the Rights of Nature" initiatives been effective in healing and protecting our relatives and homelands?
Katie Kamelamela
01:45:21
Have young people who trained as scientists return to homelands to uplift the people? How has this worked in your different areas if this has occurred? Thank you.
Colin Nackerman
01:45:43
Thanks Michael. Yes we will send a recording.
Emily Chang
01:46:05
can we get the whole question in the larger group chat? taking notes, so appreciated!
Emily Chang
01:47:57
re dana’s questions
Katie Kamelamela
01:48:18
Is there a paper or program where we can learn about the "The Blanket" exercise.
Colin Nackerman
01:49:51
Question to panelists: Are there ways the panelists are working to correct policy barriers to expanded access to indigenous foods, especially using new opportunities within state and federal food distribution programs such as FDPIR amd the 2018 Farm Bill?
Colin Nackerman
01:52:08
Panelist question from Tina Goparaju: How do you see Indigenous knowledge being tapped into in increasingly urbanized contexts? Do you have any examples we could turn to of Indigenous Coalitions working to preserve Indigenous climate-related practices in urban spaces or in response to urban infrastructure?
Tracy
01:54:47
Are FRTEP programs helping solve these problems?
Tracy
01:55:25
Federally Recognized Tribes Extension Program (FRTEP)
Tracy
01:55:56
Rights of Nature is being tested in courts. They seem to work when combined with Indigenous Rights. Not so otherwise. Lots of potential!
joanna mounce stancil
01:56:23
Three rivers have being given the same legal protections as humans
nathan
01:57:07
resubmitting question to all attendees: I am curious about whether there might be an opportunity to collaborate with any or all of the participantsking with an inclusive, grassroots, and maximally diverse global team to build this network. please share ideas and interest about what potential equitable collaborations might look like with potentially combining community health and one health. thank you!
Tracy
01:57:55
https://nifa.usda.gov/sites/default/files/grant/13_Federally%20Recognized%20Tribes%20Extension%20Program%20modified_0.pdf
Colin Nackerman
01:59:17
healthandclimatesolutions.org
Emily Chang
01:59:21
thank you!
nathan
01:59:42
Resubmitting without typos: I am curious about whether there might be an opportunity to collaborate with any or all of the panelists and participants in maximally integrating Indigenous wisdom and worldviews into modern science and policy. This is a major priority of mine and I am working with an inclusive, grassroots, and maximally diverse global team to build this network. please share ideas and interest about what potential equitable collaborations might look like, potentially combining community health and one health. thank you!
nathan
01:59:49
thanks everyone!
Leah Wood
02:00:00
thank you!
Miles
02:00:07
Thank you kindly for sharing your wisdom and time!
Tracy
02:00:12
in gratitude!
TomMacchia
02:00:12
Thanks to all, Tom
Katie Kamelamela
02:00:21
Thank you for hosting!
TomMacchia
02:01:00
Good to see you again, Patricia.
TomMacchia
02:01:25
Miss Alaska a great deal.
TomMacchia
02:02:57
Can't see it on my screen
Colin Nackerman
02:03:06
Yes there is a recording we will send!
TomMacchia
02:04:04
Would answer if I could see questions but
TomMacchia
02:04:42
appreciated all of speakers. Timely discussion.
Colin Nackerman
02:04:51
Thanks Tom!
Colin Nackerman
02:05:06
No worries
carole woolfork
02:05:11
I cannot see questions
carole woolfork
02:05:48
thank you