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Oct. 23, 2020
Climate change has been a point of discussion and contention for some time now, with the affects of it becoming undeniable. Researchers believe that because of climate change we have about 20 years before the damage will become irrevocable.
But how does climate change affect Indigenous people in particular?
Dr. Prisdlla Settee was awarded a David Suzuki fellowship to find out just that.
“I was so happy to be appointed by the David Suzuki Foundation as a fellow.” Settee says.
“Where I get the great job of interviewing trappers and really talk about the impact of climate change on their livelihoods, their way of life, and the wodd, really.”