Indigenizing Environmental Law

“You would think that there would be concern that the ice is melting so fast, the waters are rising, and we’re experiencing real change, severe change. You’re not going to fix that. There’s no screwdriver, there’s no wrench, there’s no instrument that’s going to fix that. That’s only the conduct of the people working with Read More

IPCC Requests Indigenous Input

Important Announcement to all Indigenous persons involved in Indigenous Knowledge as it pertains to climate change in any way: Friend and Colleague Tero Mustonen of Snowchange in Finland has announced that submission statements about Indigenous Knowledge are being solicited for the next IPCC report. The call for statements, which may be found in its entirety Read More

Mitákuye Oyás’iŋ

The Lakota phrase Mitákuye Oyás’iŋ describes Reality by addressing it as “All My Relations.” All humans, all animals, all plants, all the waters, the soil, the stones, the mountains, the grasslands, the winds, the clouds and storms, the sun and moon, stars and planets are our relations and are relations to one another. We are Read More