Indigenous Community Engagement on Environmental Issues
Through the UCI Community Resilience Projects, the Office of Sustainability fosters interest in and dialogue about tribal community engagement on environmental issues at UC Irvine. In 2013, Angela Mooney D’Arcy (Acjachemen), director, Sacred Places Institute for Indigenous Peoples, coordinated this work on behalf of the UCI Sustainability Initiative. In 2016-17, UCI graduate student Noemi Linares-Ramirez (Latina-Navajo), served as the Sustainability Initiative’s Fellow on Indigenous Environmental Issues. Collaborators have historically included the Sacred Places Institute for Indigenous Peoples, UC Irvine Law’s Center for Land, Environment, and Natural Resources (CLEANR), the American Indian Resource Program, and the Steele/Burnand Anza-Borrego Desert Research Center.
- 2017 Let’s Talk EJ #1: A Snapshot of Environmental Justice in Orange County – collaborative event
- 2017 Native Nations and Environmental Justice sessions on Water Equity – H2O Conference
- 2017 Standing Rock Is Everywhere – New Narratives event
- 2016 World Indigenous Law Conference
- 2015 Environmental Justice in Indian Country – Roundtable at UC Irvine Law
- 2015 Chamyúuy~wóoyilash: Where We Bow Our Heads Out of Respect — See Photos
- 2013 Southern California Tribal Water Forum
- 2012 Southern California Tribal Listening and Strategy Session on Environmental Issues
For more information regarding indigenous community engagement on environmental issues through the UCI Community Resilience Projects, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Photos provided by UC Irvine School of Law – UCI Law Communications