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National Tribal Leadership Climate Change Summit Virtual Sessions: Session #1- Tribal Climate Change Policy - Shared screen with speaker view
Kathryn Kurtz
45:35
Good rainy windy morning from the lands of the Squaxin Tribe - Olympia
Krystal Abrams
46:20
Good Morning from Kalapuya Ilihi :)
Rick McMonagle
48:04
Very wet Portland, Oregon. Good morning!
Sufia Giza
48:09
Greetings from Wassamassaw, South Carolina. (Muskogee/Creek) w/Miwok & Ohlone Ancestry
Natasha Tinis
49:15
Canadian cree-anishinaabe woman here creeping on this American panel!
Teresa Romero
51:05
Good morning for Chumash lands on the Santa Ynez Chumash reservation.
Clarence Daniel
51:07
Waqaa Alaska-mek! Hello from Alaska! Specifically Bethel, AK, home of 56 tribes of Yup'ik decent.
Shannon Shipman
51:34
Find your ancestral lands, here: https://native-land.ca/ The site is experiencing lots of traffic, so there may be some lag or trouble accessing.
Adam Maxwell
51:43
Good morning from the unceded land of the Duwamish!
Ali Mayeda for Congresswoman Bonamici
51:51
Good morning from the lands of the Clackamas and Cowlitz (NE Portland Oregon)
Elizabeth Borneman
51:55
Greetings from beautiful Sitka, Alaska, on the traditional lands of the Tlingit!
Jonathan Betz-Zall
51:58
Shalom from Duwamish territory, Seattle WA
Shannon Shipman
52:00
Find your ancestral lands, here: https://native-land.ca/ The site is experiencing lots of traffic, so there may be some lag or trouble accessing.
Leonard Forsman
52:03
Leonard Forsman, Suquamish, WA USA home of the Suquamish Tribe
Sharon Hausam
52:09
Good morning from traditional Tiguex Pueblo lands (Albuquerque), serving the Pueblo of Laguna
Appolonia Gomez
52:12
Posoh everyone! Greetings from the Land of the Menominee in Keshena, Wisconsin. Thankful to be here today
Jen Cole
52:16
Traditional territory of the Coast Salish People, specifically the Tulalip Tribes, successors in interest to the Snohomish, Snoqualmie, Skykomish, and other allied bands signatory to the 1855 Treaty to Point Elliott.
Margaret Schaff
52:16
Beautiful sunny morning from Arapaho lands - now called Boulder, Colorado
Robert Croll
52:23
Boozhoo from the 1842 Ojibwe Ceded Territory in N Wisconsin.
Shannon Shipman
52:26
Find your ancestral lands, here: https://native-land.ca/ The site is experiencing lots of traffic, so there may be some lag or trouble accessing.
Chris Harvey
52:27
Good morning from the ancestral lands of the Puyallup Tribe
Kalicia Bean
52:32
Good morning from Sumner, WA - Land of the Puyallup Tribe
Kristy Lawson
52:42
Hello from Muscogee Creek Nation in Okmulgee, Oklahoma!
Rebecca Descombes
52:45
Uvlaluataq! Rebecca Descombes, Native American Youth & Family Center, Portland, OR
Jesica Rhone
52:45
Redding / El Pom, California - with The McConnell Foundation. Good Morning to all.
Keith Hatch
52:46
A Coos/Siuslaw native calling from Chinook Lands.
Chandra Poe
52:57
Good morning from ancestral Dena'ina Athabascan lands of Anchorage, AK
Concepcion Melovidov
53:04
Good morning from Dena'ina lands
Anais Tuepker
53:17
Good morning from traditional lands of the Multnomah, Chinook, and other peoples along the banks of the Willamette and Columbia rivers in Portland Oregon.
Eva Burk
53:35
Good morning, Denakk'e and Lower Tanana Dene' Athabascan from Nenana and Manley Hot Springs Alaska. Calling in from our ancestral lands of the Lower Tanana Dene' in Fairbanks, AK
Mikayla Kerron
53:42
Good morning, from Oklahoma! Wichita&Affiliated
Megan Amsler
54:10
Greetings from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. I work with the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe on renewable energy and resiliency. Very thankful to be here.
Josh Spector
54:20
Kalapuya and Multnomah
Katie Richardson
54:23
Good morning from the National Renewable Energy Lab on the ancestral lands of the Apache, Comanche and Ute in Golden, Colorado.
Loren Yellow Bird
54:41
good morning from the Arikara nation in North Dakota!
Roselynn Lwenya
58:58
Good Morning from Coos Bay, Oregon. I work with Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians, Oregon.
Freddie Olin
01:01:55
Hi cousin Eva and hi Connie M! Koyukon Athabscan from the Middle Yukon River, Alaska, calling in from ancestral Mashpee Wampanoag lands in Cambridge, MA.
Concepcion Melovidov
01:03:05
Hi Freddie! Hope you are well!
Michael Yadrick
01:03:51
Good morning from Seattle. Home of the Duwamish.
Jay Ward
01:06:59
Just realized I limited my earlier greeting to panelists. Expanding to all attendees. Borre Dda! an ethnic Cymry visitor joining from the traditional lands of Kalapuya, Multnomah, Molalla, Cowlitz and Tualatin peoples. Thank you for the invitation to join you today and for your work on this critically important problem.
Eva Burk
01:07:14
Hello my cousin Freddie! Good to see you on
Eliza Ghitis
01:07:58
Hello from Olympia on Coast Salish lands at the southern end of the beautiful Salish Sea. I'm grateful to be here today with you all!
Rev Bruce Wright
01:08:10
hello from Extinction Rebellion America and Poor Peoples Economic Human rights campaign from Southern Middle TN... we are interested in seeing how we can stand in solidarity with you and be supportive allies... please contact us at refugestpete@gmail.com or 727 278 1547
Rev Bruce Wright
01:08:17
www.PoorPeoplesArmy.com
Rev Bruce Wright
01:08:25
www.xramerica.org
HOPE RIPPEON
01:09:03
Hello from Duwamish and Suquamish lands
Maurissa Brown
01:10:07
Greetings from the lands of the Tongva! Riverside, CA
Eva Burk
01:15:30
Strong words and insight. Baasee' Sam for your powerful vision
Rebecca Descombes
01:15:39
Quyana!
Benita Moore
01:16:03
Hihannie was'te, Mitakuyapi. Good morning, relatives. I am representing Native Daily Network, Indigenous media. We are interested in standing with ATI in all climate change and stopping eminent climate catastrophe. ndn@nativedailynetwork.org or Benita@nativedailynetwork.org. Please consider joining hands with us. We are currently located on Puyallup Nation territory.
Casey Thornbrugh
01:17:04
Kutâputunumuw (Thank you) Frank and Sam!
Doug Barrett
01:20:29
Our Lamprey and Salmon are disappearing way to fast in our streams and rivers here in Oregon !
John Mankowski
01:32:08
Thanks Congresswoman Bonamici! - We appreciate your leadership on climate action . . . and your willingness to stand with Tribal communities.
Susan Palmiter
01:32:32
Thank you, Rep Bonamici!
Benita Moore
01:32:45
Wopila Tanka, Congresswoman Bonamici
Benita Moore
01:33:07
Yes! Fawn Sharp for POTUS
Mikayla Kerron
01:34:28
Hello from another Quinault!
Rev Bruce Wright
01:42:33
inspiring
Anais Tuepker
01:45:42
Amazing to recall the power of our collective determination, and leadership from Native peoples of the Northwest, in these examples from President Fawn Sharp. We can achieve what we seek. Thank you for that leadership!
Jesica Rhone
01:47:51
Your words and knowledge are reaffirming and energizing. Thank you, President Sharp.
Eva Burk
01:47:53
Yes! Stronger and stronger. I heard an Elders say we have been in ceremony for 500 years gathering our strength for this
Sufia Giza
01:49:05
@Eva Burk - Powerful words….
Benita Moore
01:49:40
President Sharp, that was powerful and so inspiring! Wopila lila Tanka
Sufia Giza
01:50:02
Great take-aways Fawn. Thank you!
Lauren Breynaert
01:50:28
I’m appreciative of Native women in leadership and you inspire me. Thank you for speaking so eloquently this morning.
Donna House
01:50:33
Usually ESA servers the cultural relationship with listed species. Protecting/restoring habitat is key.
John Mankowski
01:52:01
Powerful messages of action and unity from these leaders. I'm feeling hopeful for our future...
Kathryn Langstaff
01:52:11
@ Fawn Urpillary Sonqollay I especially like our “eternal voice echoes for future generations” Regenerate our health care, economy and culture in balanced and equitable ways that our ancestors taught us!
Benita Moore
01:52:39
Fawn, Mitakuye Oyasin, We are all related
Donna House
01:52:51
Thank you President Fawn Sharp.
Rebecca Descombes
01:53:36
Quyanaqpak President Sharp.
Benita Moore
01:55:57
Pilamiyaye, Congresswoman Bonamici. You inspired me
Maxine Sugarman
01:57:08
You can learn more about the Select Committee on the Climate Crisis Climate Action Plan and the Congresswoman’s work at Bonamici.House.gov/ClimateActionPlan. Feel free to reach out to me with any questions at Maxine.Sugarman@mail.house.gov
Stefanie Tsosie
01:58:41
Ahe'hee President Sharp!
Sameer Ranade
02:00:10
A just and effective climate program should make meaningful progress in addressing the other priorities.
Chas Jones (ATNI, NW CASC)
02:02:42
Link to ATNI's tribal review: http://atnitribes.org/climatechange/cap/
Kathryn Langstaff
02:07:58
will this presentation be available later?
Kathy Lynn
02:10:03
recorded
Kathy Lynn
02:10:30
Yes, this presentation is being recorded and will be available.
Chas Jones (ATNI, NW CASC)
02:10:46
We will also place a copy of the powerpoint and the recorded presentation on the ATNI website at: http://atnitribes.org/climatechange/cap/
Chas Jones (ATNI, NW CASC)
02:16:11
Excellent presentation Kyle. Thank you!
John Mankowski
02:16:14
Fantastic presentation Kyle and review team.
Alai Reyes-Santos
02:16:37
Thank you so much for breaking it down for us.
Chas Jones (ATNI, NW CASC)
02:17:31
Check out these videos produced by Indigenous Youth in response to ATNI's youth video contest.
Jay Ward
02:17:38
thanks Kyle!
Shannon Shipman
02:17:54
SURVEY LINK: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MLZ9LJS
Chas Jones (ATNI, NW CASC)
02:24:23
Awesome video! Nice work!
Maurissa Brown
02:24:50
Amazing video!!
Coral Avery
02:26:52
It’s titled “Indigeneity, Music, and Climate Change” - we should have a public link for it in the next week or so on the ATNI website. We will also be acknowledging our Indigenous Youth Video Contest winners on our social media sites
Coral Avery
02:27:15
You can follow us at @atnitribes on Instagram and “Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians” on Facebook
Kathryn Langstaff
02:45:36
I am interested in learning from nations dealing with glacial melt and water insecurity issues.
Adelheid Herrmann
02:58:02
How can we get contact information for some of the panelists - email addresses?
Susan Jamerson
03:03:06
Sam is inspiring - gives me great hope in the youth and real solutions in their communities.
Karen Cozzetto
03:03:15
I need to sign off and wanted to say thanks so much to all for your thoughtfulness and inspiration!
John Mankowski
03:04:49
ALL - if you have questions you would like to pose to panel members, type them using the Q/A function. Thanks!
Lauren Breynaert
03:09:11
Thank you Andrea for your leadership at the international level - you’ve been doing this work for so long and have a wealth of knowledge that Tribal Nations can learn from.
Alai Reyes-Santos
03:30:29
Thank you for the work to bring us together today. For inspiring us. Ashe. Blessings.
Jennifer Gillissen
03:30:32
LINK TO SURVEY https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MLZ9LJS
Jennifer Gillissen
03:33:28
Samschim@stanford.edu
Jay Ward
03:33:42
Thank you for your work on behalf of the planet and its many peoples. As Oregon native people and Tribes move forward to achieve your climate goals, please engage Energy Trust so that we can explore whether and how our clean energy programs can help you achieve those goals.
Deilah Johnson
03:35:28
cool prizes!
Andrea Carmen
03:36:05
I appreciated the call for the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples to be fully adopted as one aspect of the Tribal analysis of the Congressional Climate Crisis Action plan. Can that also be incorporated into or added to the 6 points at the end of the proposed NCAI resolution?
Jeffrey Smith
03:36:19
Would it be helpful to have an organization like the now inactive Northwest Renewable Resources? It facilitated tribes and stakeholders such as industry, governments, private entities, talking, finding common cause and avoiding courtroom battles.
Heather Moline
03:38:10
Jeffrey Smith, that sounds a lot like NW Energy Coalition. https://nwenergy.org/about-the-coalition/
Lauren Breynaert
03:40:36
Thank you Coral!
Jennifer Gillissen
03:40:42
Samschim@stanford.edu
Kathy Lynn
03:41:03
Link to the Tribal Review of the Congressional Action Plan: http://atnitribes.org/climatechange/cap/Link to the session survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MLZ9LJSThe session recording, presentation and speaker contact information will be posted here: http://atnitribes.org/climatechange/ts/
Samuel Schimmel
03:41:12
Nice job Coral!!!!
Jennifer Gillissen
03:41:17
LINK TO SURVEY https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MLZ9LJS
Chas Jones (ATNI, NW CASC)
03:41:27
Wonderful message Coral! Thank you!
Haley Case-Scott
03:41:29
Thank you for organizing this session, I look forward to the upcoming sessions in the next couple of months!
Jennifer Gillissen
03:42:33
LINK TO SURVEY https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MLZ9LJS
Richard A Rolland
03:46:06
Thank you Everyone!
Lauren Breynaert
03:46:19
Thank you Davis
H Kalama
03:46:27
Many thanks to everyone who has brought these messages forward and allowing me to sit with the circle. Heartwarming words and prayerful song. Me ke aloha pu me kakou
Michelle Jacob
03:46:38
Kw’alanúushamash, Yellowash!
Anais Tuepker
03:46:43
Many thanks to all of the wonderful speakers. Thank you for sharing your plans and ways for all of us to support them.
Theresa Lehman
03:46:45
Thersa Lehman
Kathryn Kurtz
03:46:49
Thank you all fabulous informative and inspiring gathering
Shannon Shipman
03:46:58
Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MLZ9LJS