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Beyond Big Data: Communicating Climate Change Through Indigenous Voices and Art - Shared screen with speaker view
Lily Gurton-Wachter
22:57
It looks like there is a phone call in in the attendees
Lily Gurton-Wachter
23:04
The 907 number
Kahn Institute
23:23
You’re right, I think that’s Wilson, we’ll allow him to talk
Michele Wick
23:35
thanks!
Kahn Institute
23:43
Whoops now it’s gone
Lily Gurton-Wachter
23:58
Oh no. James, maybe ask him to try one more time?
Kahn Institute
24:00
Ok folks let’s go ahead, Michele, people coming in
Lily Gurton-Wachter
24:24
Hes bak!
Lily Gurton-Wachter
24:27
back
Kahn Institute
24:47
I permitted talking for Wilson
Michele Wick
01:08:06
I’m curious about the state of hunting season permits in light of the permission and consent. What is the status of this now? Has there been any change to accommodate Indigenous values?
Lily Gurton-Wachter
01:13:00
I’d love to hear more about how and why the English language is inadequate and how it might change? How do we need to change our language to deal with, or rewire our minds for, climate change?
Scott Burg
01:15:49
What adaptations or strategies are necessary to reduce health-related impacts of climate change on indigenous communities?
Michele Wick
01:16:00
How did Wilson andJames get to know one another?
Michele Wick
01:19:42
we appreciate your conversation!
Lily Gurton-Wachter
01:20:11
That was wonderful. Thank you all!
Samikshya Dhami
01:20:27
Thank you!