Indigenous Peoples & Climate Change: The Pacific

Indigenous Peoples & Climate Change: The Pacific

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The 2nd webinar in our funder focused 4-part webinar series will explore Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change in the Pacific.

About this event

To set the stage for uplifting Indigenous voices and priorities during the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 26), International Funders for Indigenous Peoples (IFIP) is partnering with Nia Tero to offer a four-part funder focused webinar series centering Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change.

The webinar series provides a platform for donors and civil society members to hear directly from Indigenous leaders regarding their priorities related to climate change. This learning opportunity provides donors and Indigenous allies to understand how they can support and amplify the voices of Indigenous Peoples at global forums such as the UNFCCC.

Our 2nd webinar in the series will focus on The Pacific. We welcome the following Indigenous panelists and moderator:


  • Dr. Teina Rongo, Cook Islands, Kōrero o te `Ōrau
  • John Aini, Papua New Guinea, Ailan Awareness


  • Maureen Penjueli, Fiji, Pacific Network on Globalization (PANG)
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