- Posted December 14, 2009 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Copenhagen climate change conference
- First Nations and American Indian Leaders Arrested In Front Of White House To Protest Keystone XL Pi
- Indigenous Peoples at Copenhagen US Embassy: Procession, Prayer & Protests
- American and Canadian Youth Stand Together Against Tar Sands: No Concessions for Dirty Oil
- Tom Goldtooth speaks at the Copenhagen Climate March on Indigenous Rights, Climate Justice
- Tom Goldtooth comments on the Copenhagen Climate March
SFT-Interview with TOM GOLDTOOTH on Indigineous People and Climate Change
Interview by SFTdeutschland with Tom Goldtooth, Executive Director of the Indigineous Environmental Network, on Indigineous People and Climate Change. Mr. Goldtooth was one of the speakers at the Global Day of Action on Climate Change, Dec 12th.
Contact: The Indigenous Environmental Network Media Team
Mobile Number: +45 526 85596
The Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN) is a United States-based non-governmental (Indigenous) organization formed in 1990 addressing environmental and economic justice challenges. IEN is a network of Indigenous Peoples empowering Indigenous communities and Nations towards sustainable livelihoods, demanding environmental justice, and maintaining the Sacred Fire of our traditions. Since 1998, IEN has been working on issues of climate change and global warming. IEN is one of the leading organizations/networks within the U.S. environmental justice movement involved in climate change policy - locally, nationally and globally. Visit http://www.ienearth.org for more information.