I spent the day talking about energy transition: largely what women are doing about it and how Indigenous sovereignty plays into it. I’ll just say it again: feminist and decolonized futures are better futures for us all.

For more information on the protests at the Alberta Legislature: https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/rallies-where-held-on-parliment-hill-and-at-the-edmonton-legislative-building-by-the-youth-treaty-movement-1.4932621

https://stoptheframework.com/

http://www.aiai.on.ca/?fbclid=IwAR31MKQFozIqxNeeog7our21GremUFZ6u_r4aMSv-hbMm-L3AJDfxcB3zWY

Other sources are listed here: https://deepenergyliteracy.csj.ualberta.ca/2018/11/16/trudeaus-indigenous-rights-framework-reconciliation/?fbclid=IwAR11tQBgNENI-5iJJCorjSzzm5U_lj3CEJOPKJn_hU861AWrVuLccIGEYaQ

 


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Principal Investigator: Feminist Energy Futures; Future Energy Systems’ Energy Humanities: Speculative Energy Futures and iDoc Projects
Co-founder and co-director of Petrocultures Research Group
Editor-in-chief, Imaginations Journal



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