Indigenous peoples’ relational approaches are essential to re-establish the connections needed to support ecosystem resilience. The impact of climate change and ecosystem collapse can no longer be ignored. We have reached a critical moment, a tipping point that calls for informed, effective climate action.
A Meeting of Sacred Waters
Red Star is leading a 3-year international Indigenous knowledge exchange about the health and healing of our rivers in partnership with the Te Pou Tupua (the human face and voice of Te Awa Tupua) in Aotearoa, and the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. Join our growing community as we look to Indigenous-led pathways to create real, systemic change.
Global Indigenous Environmentalism
Indigenous communities are among those most adversely affected by climate change, despite contributing very little to its causes. According to a recent United Nations, Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Servicesreport, biodiversity is declining less rapidly in lands that are traditionally owned, managed, used or occupied by Indigenous people. Colonial mindsets continue to be centered on […]