Indigenous Climate Education Literature Project
As part of the Livelihoods Knowledge Exchange Network project to develop Indigenous-centered climate education resources for educators and students, we're seeking input for literature, videos, and other publications (which do not contain sensitive or exploitative information). This will be collated into a public document, designed to share broadly, with the focus being on Native Youth and preK-16 educators who wish to incorporate these scientific, literary, and narrative knowledges into curriculum; this will have broad applicability to Indigenous, and non-Indigenous, Peoples in the field working to center their work on a curated source of “high-impact” information. Participation in this project is completely optional, and please feel free to include citations, links, or collections, of works; optionally you may include your name as a contributor to this document, as well as share the link to this form with others in your network. Email addresses collected will be used only to share the completed bibliography directly back to contributors and will not be used for any other purpose. The goal is to publish this document in June under a Creative Commons license, and to distribute widely, so please add submissions by May 31, 2021. If there are any questions, please contact patrickfreeland@likenknowledge.org
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