As the world slowly begins to grasp the severity of climate change, the relationship between Indigenous peoples—especially Indigenous women—and the environment becomes ever more important. The Environmental Conservation and Climate Change Office (ECCCO) is continuously working to ensure this relationship is recognized and strengthened. By researching and addressing the impacts of biodiversity and climate change on Indigenous women, girls and gender-diverse people, ECCCO hopes to help them reclaim their unique bond with Mother Earth.

Climate Change Resources

Biodiversity and Conservation Project

Impact Assessment Project

Indigenous Women’s Voices on Marine Safety and Ocean and Waterway Environmental Protection

Greenhouse Grown Traditional Foods: An NWAC Pilot Project

Grassroots Engagement: Indigenous Women in Agriculture Project

Housing Project