Canada’s Partnership with Indigenous Peoples on Climate
As announced in the 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan, Budget 2022 committed $29.6 million over three years, starting in 2022-23, to advance an Indigenous Climate Leadership Agenda that will support self-determined action in addressing Indigenous Peoples’ climate priorities. The funding will also support the phased implementation of distinctions-based climate strategies.
Climate Change | United Nations For Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous peoples and the role they may play in combating climate change are rarely considered in public discourses on climate change. The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, is well placed to support indigenous peoples in putting a “human face” on this issue.
Europe’s Green Revolution Threatens Sweden’s Indigenous Sámi
The Sámi indigenous people have inhabited northern Sweden for thousands of years. Now their way of life is threatened by giant wind farms, mines rich in rare battery minerals and logging.
Asia | Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform
Indigenous peoples have in-depth knowledge of the environment amassed and refined through generations of close contact with the land. In the era of climate change, indigenous peoples across Asia are drawing on their knowledge and customary practices to adapt to the changing climate.
Oil And Gas Emissions Cap
The oil and gas sector is a major contributor to Canada’s economy. It is also Canada’s largest source of greenhouse gas emissions and, as such, has a critical role to play in meeting the country’s climate objectives.