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Indigenous Clean Energy

Readers interested in Indigenous and community-led clean energy projects, energy efficiency, and sustainable development should plug in to the Indigenous Clean Energy (ICE) Social Enterprise, "a pan-Canadian not-for-profit platform which advances Indigenous inclusion in Canada's energy futures economy through Indigenous leadership." ICE's programs include 20/20 Catalysts, a clean energy capacity building and mentorship program for Indigenous leaders; Generation Power, a career training program for Indigenous youth in the clean energy sector; and Bringing It Home, which empowers communities to build energy-efficient new and retrofitted homes. Readers can learn more about energy efficiency and housing in Indigenous communities by downloading Energy Foundations, accessible by clicking "Bringing It Home" on the menu at the top of the page. Through its international platform, "Global Hub," ICE advances the Three Island Energy Initiative to develop renewable power micro grids for Indigenous, coastal and island, and unelectrified communities that lack clean energy access. On the same page, readers can also check out the podcast Decolonizing Power, hosted by Mihskakwan James Harper and Freddie Huppe Campbell, two young Indigenous leaders in climate and clean energy. Each 30-minute episode features stories of community-led clean energy projects around the world. The podcast streams on most listening platforms. Users can click on "ICE Network" to connect with others, share knowledge, and join quarterly collaboration sessions. ICE also shares climate news stories and posts project updates on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@IndigClnEnergy on all platforms).
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July 30th, 2021
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July 9th, 2021 at 9:54am
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July 13th, 2021 at 2:50pm
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