Indigenous Climate Action (ICA) is an organisation working to make the climate change conversation more diverse. The platform advocates for indigenous rights, environmental and social justice by upholding Indigenous Peoples’ inherent right and authority to make decisions about their well-being. ICA holds online and in person gatherings to amplify voices of indigenous communities in Canada. ICA works in four main ways: gatherings, amplifying indigenous voices, providing resources and tools and supporting Indigenous sovereignty.
Use the ICA’s toolkit to learn about indigenous communities
Like what they do? Attend a gathering in Canada
Feel inspired? Contact ICA to volunteer
Watch webinars, panel discussions and educational videos about indigenous communities
Activists, indigenous people and allies.
We love that Indigenous Climate Action amplifies indigenous voices, making the environmental movement more diverse. ICA’s four main pillars of action are solutions orientated and fosters collaboration and community. By giving a voice to indigenous people, ICA is empowering those who are most vulnerable to climate change.