Public Education Partnership
The Land Peace Foundation provides consultation and educational programs related to Indigenous land guardianship, land and water protection, climate change adaptation and mitigation and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) and Traditional Indigenous Knowledge.
We have provided training and resources for a number of international NGO’s on engagement with Indigenous Peoples and Indigenous lands.
Recent Partnerships on Climate Change
Global Council for Science and the Environment
Land Peace Foundation co-designed and facilitated an important new learning series with the Global Council for Science and the Environ
ment (GCSE). This 5-session GCSE learning series titled Indigenous Knowledge and Western Science: Collaboration, Relationships, and Climate Solutions, featured prominent indigenous scholars and experts and covered foundational topics such as the historical context and present impacts of the colonial apparatus, Indigenous knowledge systems and why they are important to the climate movement, and best practices for developing meaningful, balanced & ethical relationships and partnerships.
With over 1200 registrations, the learning series engaged numerous academic institutions, researchers, students, teachers, policy makers, government agency staff, and others — many from the United States and Canada, and all together representing over 40 countries and Indigenous territories.
Action for Climate Empowerment (ACE)
view team for the framework and continued as a member of the US ACE Coalition leadership team that was formed in early 2021.
on further development of the coalition and building a US ACE dele
gation to COP26, the important upcoming United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) gathering of world leaders this November.
BIPOC Climate Justice Dialogue
During the early period of the Biden/Harris administration, the LPF co-organized and hosted a virtual BIPOC Climate Justice Dialogue that brought together BIPOC scholars, many climate experts and activists, government agency staff, congress people, John Kerry, United States Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, and Gina McCarthy, White House National Climate Advisor.
The event was live streamed and received over 700 registrations, providing an opportunity for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) climate justice scholars, organizers, and funders to discuss national climate goals and priorities with administration officials in advance of the Biden-Harris Leader’s Climate Summit on April 22.
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