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Environmental Justice Webinars - Shared screen with speaker view
Mark Mitchell
30:49
Welcome, we will begin shortly.
Scott
31:19
Thanks for having me join in.
Lou Rosado Burch
31:49
good afternoon everyone
Doris Johnson
33:17
Good afternoon everyone
Amy Paterson - CLCC
33:36
Hello, Doris, and all!
pestanae
33:52
Greetings to all
Arielle King
34:28
Land Acknowledgement Resource: https://usdac.us/nativeland
Arielle King
35:06
Link to webinar series recordings : https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Climate-Change/GC3/Equity%20and%20Environmental%20Justice%20in%20Climate%20Solutions%20Webinar%20Serieshttps://ct-n.com/ctnplayer.asp?odID=17718 September 17, 2020 Governor's Climate Change Council Social Determinants of Public Health and Energy Affordabilityhttps://ct-n.com/ctnplayer.asp?odID=17733 September 24, 2020 Governor's Council on Climate Change Webinar Series: An Adaptation & Mitigation Framework for Climate-Vulnerable Populations in CThttps://ct-n.com/ctnplayer.asp?odID=17747 October 1, 2020 Governor's Council on Climate Change Webinar Series: Transportation Equity and Climate Justice
pestanae
41:56
It is so great to have Ed Sarabia host this webinar!
Susan Peterson (CT DEEP BWPLR)
43:04
Agreed! :)
Mark Mitchell
53:54
Can you talk about the terms Indian vs Native Americans vs tribes? I understand that ""Indian" is the government name.
Mark Mitchell
55:28
Can you talk about the Indigenous view of air, water, and earth?
Mark Mitchell
58:04
Are tribal rights limited to Native Americans on reservations?
Kim Stoner
59:22
Can you give examples of how tribes are managing forest and wildlife resources in New England?
Andrew Petitdemange (he/him)
01:01:03
Are the mechanisms to engage and empower non-Federally (or state) recognized tribal communities to have more power in local and regional decision making as it relates to the natural environment?
Amber Garrard
01:01:41
How were CT tribes involved in setting the GC3 recommendations, especially for the working lands reports?
Kim Stoner
01:02:42
I have recently learned that there is a Commission on Indian Affairs in Massachusetts. What is the role of this commission in our neighboring state, and how is this different in CT?
pestanae
01:03:47
I know that the Science and Technology working group had members from the Mohegan Tribal Nation attend some of their meetings. But I don't believe there was representation on the Working Lands group
Susan Peterson (CT DEEP BWPLR)
01:04:45
Would you also comment on the threat of Climate Change on historic Native American sites along rivers, coastlines and elsewhere? Thank you.
Amy Paterson - CLCC
01:06:55
Do you have examples of cooperative agreements with respect to land stewardship between CT (or other state) tribes and local land trusts?
Lincoln Rehm
01:09:25
Are indigenous nations in the US able to use international agreements like the Nagoya Protocol to protect natural resource rights?
Jasmine Peele
01:09:52
How do we embrace Tribal sovereignty in climate justice conversations in regards to clean air & water in CT? Are there examples of this?
Chris Cerillo
01:16:03
good question!
mary pelletier
01:24:57
what references that describe native ecosystem management are available (books, libraries, websites)?
Kristal K
01:27:58
Thank you!
Lincoln Rehm
01:28:02
Thank you!
Gwen Oliver
01:28:02
Thank you!
Susan Peterson (CT DEEP BWPLR)
01:28:06
Thank you, Dr. Torres!
Connie Manes
01:28:09
Thank you!
Carmen Rumbaut
01:28:17
Thank you!
Peter Zaidel
01:28:18
Thank you, Dr. Torres, this was fantastic!
Andrew Petitdemange (he/him)
01:28:24
Thanks so much Dr. Torres and Mr. Sarabia!
Susan Peterson (CT DEEP BWPLR)
01:28:25
Thank you, Ed!
Kaitlin Stern
01:28:27
Wonderful presentation, thank you!
Amy Paterson - CLCC
01:28:30
Thank you!
Alexandra Harden
01:28:49
thank you!!
Kels Sudol
01:28:51
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Jasmine Peele
01:28:52
Thank you!
Lou Rosado Burch
01:28:54
Thanks, very informative
Monica Miles
01:28:57
Thank you!
Kels Sudol
01:29:00
Thank you!
Steph Stroud
01:29:09
Thank you!
Katrina Rhodes
01:29:10
Great presentation, great questions, thanks!