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Reflections on Intergenerational and Climate Justice and the learnings from the Indigenous worldviews
Podcast hosted by Mirian Vilela, Earth Charter International’s Executive Director.
Severn is a member of the Earth Charter Commission and International Council.
We know it’s possible’: Severn Cullis-Suzuki sees road map for climate response in Canada
Severn Cullis-Suzuki takes office as David Suzuki Foundation’s executive director
St’ii kaa (COVID-19) sk’yanxan uu Xaayda kil gud ad t’alang kihlgul
Sickness walking even still Haida language together we speak
Op-ed first published on July 22, 2020 in Langscape Magazine and Haida Laas
“Normal Not Normal” Podcast with James & Oliver Phelps
James and Oliver Phelps (aka Fred and George Weasley) invited Severn to speak with them about her experience stepping into the limelight at a young age, and they ask Severn what “normal” means to her.
Identical twins who grew up on the Harry Potter film set as Fred and George Weasley, James and Oliver have been wondering “what does “normal” mean anyway?” Their podcast “Normal Not Normal” explores this question with a variety of guests, and Severn’s episode airs on Friday, January 29, 2021.
Severn at Sustainable Kingston Climate Change Symposium
Severn is honoured to be the keynote speaker at the 2021 Climate Change Symposium, hosted by the City of Kingston.
his virtual event will be livestreamed on the City of Kingston YouTube channel, and will remain online following the event. Please visit their YouTube channel to tune into this event. Severn will be speaking during the last hour (11AM – 12PM EST).
Severn at TED Countdown 10.10.2020
Severn was honoured to be onstage with a long list of fantastic speakers at TED’s Countdown event on October 10th, 2020. During the Leadership Session, Severn spoke passionately to remind us that we have just 10 years to reduce our carbon emissions by half, that we must work together to reach our 1.5 degree targets, and that the youth are at the frontlines of this revolution.
She urges us again to “make your actions on climate reflect your words.”
With special photo credit and thanks to Mark Wunsch and Greencoast Media.
Call for Applications for the Haida Gwaii Mentor Apprentice Program
Deadline to submit applications was August 7, 2020. Thank you to all the applicants, this posting is now closed.
Quarantine as Ceremony
COVID-19 as an Opportunity to Quietly Rebel Against the Dominant Langscape
– by Severn Cullis-Suzuki for Terralingua and Langscape Magazine, July 22, 2020