COP25: Indigenous Delegation Links Missing and Murdered Women to Fossil Fuel Industry
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FEATURING OZAWA BINESHI ALBERT – As the latest Conference of Parties or COP25 meeting on taking action on climate change continues into its second week in Madrid, Spain, indigenous communities from around the world have taken the lead on the ground. Representatives of native communities from around the world are leading civil society groups in demanding a respect for their rights and the land.
Among them are indigenous women who are demanding justice for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls and linking it to the fossil fuel industry.
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Ozawa Bineshi Albert, Movement Building Coordinator with the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN).