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Celebrate 2020 With Us

Celebrate 2020 With Us

With your help, CIER can keep tackling complicated problems. Join us in changing the world.​This year… We’ve Educated Shining Lights: Energy Literacy and Language in the Northwest Territories​In the Northwest Territories, many communities rely on diesel energy. By increasing knowledge and energy literacy, these communities can decrease their reliance on diesel-supplied energy. CIER’s Shining Lights Energy […]

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Indigenous Climate Change Adaption Planning Toolkit Launch

Indigenous Climate Change Adaption Planning Toolkit Launch

We’re excited to announce the launch of the Indigenous Climate Change Adaption Planning Toolkit, created with First Nations Adapt.  This toolkit will support Indigenous communities as they plan for climate risks like the loss of Winter roads, wildfires, and more. The Toolkit’s climate adaption guidebook, 2 Indigenous glossaries, and other user-friendly resources can support communities no […]

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Five Small Steps That Can Help Save the Planet

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In recent months we’ve all been at home more often. Whether you’re working from home or just spending more evening and weekends in, here are 5 simple steps you can take to be more environmentally conscious. 1. Turn it off! Lights, TVs, gaming consoles, it doesn’t matter. Leaving it on when you’re not actively using […]

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How We’re Still Making History in a Digital World

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The elected leaders of the Collaborative Leadership Initiative (CLI) made history in March 2019 by coming together to sign a history memorandum of understanding. On that day these chiefs, mayors, and reeves from the Southern Chiefs’ Organization and Winnipeg Metropolitan Region and formally acknowledged that we need a better way to work together. They decided that the […]

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Read about the latest indepth stories about CIER: project initiatives, Indigenous communities, supporters..

Podcasting

Youth adding their voices to the conversation about reconciliation and our environment can be very powerful and that’s exactly what youth who attended our Podcasting 101 workshop did

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