A YELLOWHEAD INSTITUTE SPECIAL REPORT - MAY 2023 - BAD FORECAST:
31 May 2023
However, the causes of climate change is a global phenomenon, the involvement of Indigenous peoples in drafting many of the impacts felt today and into the future will both the strategy and action plan remains nebulous disproportionately aect Indigenous peoples. [...] While their inclusion is important, it is insucient Within the ve themes of the NAS and NAP, ve in including Indigenous voices, visions, and priorities advisory tables were convened to oer advice and within the development of the NAS and NAP. [...] this perspective can unintentionally perpetuate white saviorism and downplay how Indigenous peoples are Indigenous knowledges are time tested and locally adapting to climate change, by furthering the view that rooted; there is no shortage of Indigenous voices Indigenous peoples need to be rescued from the most to guide the appropriate use and engagement with damaging impacts of the climate crisis,. [...] While the Indigenous identity that became foundational to much of the legislation is important, hiring and promoting people who hold that built “Canada,” and what it might mean to specialized knowledge related to the Indigenous begin to reconcile with Indigenous peoples in a identity is at the core of creating climate adaptation good way. [...] Indigenous voices but the voices of those who have ese words hurt Indigenous peoples and been historically marginalized and excluded due to the damage the progress we have made together assumption that the needs of many should outweigh towards reconciliation.” the needs of the few (Figueiredo and Perkins 2013).