Laura Lynes

IPCC Climate Talks: Indigenous Perspectives

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This week we are bringing you more stories from the conference on Cities and Climate Change that was held in Edmonton by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change  (IPCC) from March 5th to 7th, 2018. In this episode, we have a conversation about renewable energy projects in the Beaver Lake Cree First Nation with Crystal Lameman, and talk with Laura Lynes of the Rockies Institute, a non-profit based in Canmore, Alberta.

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Crystal Lameman

Terra Informer Dylan Hall had the opportunity to speak with Crystal Lameman, a member of the Beaver Lake Cree First Nation. She is currently pursuing a Masters degree in indigenous peoples education at the University of Alberta. Dylan spoke with Crystal about renewable energy projects that she helped facilitate for her community.

The Rockies Institute

Next up is Laura Lynes, co-founder and board member of the Rockies Institute based in Canmore, Alberta. Terra Informers Chris Chang-Yen Phillips and Dylan Hall spoke with Laura about the organization’s work and the inspiration behind it. They also discussed the many threats facing our changing environment and how indigenous knowledge and science can work together to respond.

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Photo by: Velcrow Ripper on Flickr

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