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October 3, 2022
The inaugural Global Indigenous Carbon Summit was held in Regina Monday.
The one-day summit was held at Regina’s Atlas Hotel and featured “the perspectives and insights of those who are taking steps to address carbon reduction through the application of technology, land use and other practices in a meaningful way.
It featured discussions led by guests such as Carol Anne Hilton, CEO Founder of the Indigenomics Institute and the Global Centre of Indigenomics, and Canadian Amabassador to the UN Bob Rae as well as a panel on environmental sovereignty which included Cote First Nation Chief George Cote and Misipawistik First Nation Chief Heidi Cook.
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