Hear from Indigenous filmmakers and culture bearers about the reclamation of fire stewardship practices, protection of sacred waterways, and the leadership of Indigenous communities in local climate adaptation efforts at the 2023 San Diego Climate Summit.
The Climate Science Alliance is partnering with Condor Visual Media and Sacred Places Institute for Indigenous Peoples to put on the Nat Talk, Flames and Flow, which will take place on September 20th at the San Diego Natural History Museum as part of the 2023 San Diego Climate Summit.
Experience stories of resilience, vibrancy, and leadership of Indigenous communities in the face of a changing climate. Hear about how California Indigenous communities are reclaiming fire stewardship and protecting sacred waterways—stories often overlooked in climate discussions and media—and how they stand at the forefront of transformational climate adaptation efforts. During this Nat Talk, we will watch special previews of MAATHAAW: The Fire Within Us from Condor Visual Media and Respect Water (working title) from Sacred Places Institute for Indigenous Peoples, with a panel of the Indigenous filmmakers and storytellers featured in their documentaries to follow.
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