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Students showcasing research posters at the 2015 GCEP Symposium

Indigenous Leadership in the Emerging Green Economy: Mining, Silicon Valley, and Global Environmental Justice

June 24, 2021 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
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Event Co-Sponsored By:
Stanford Environmental Justice Working Group | Silicon Valley Sunrise Coalition | Center for Interdisciplinary Environmental Justice | First Peoples Worldwide | Cultural Survival | Aborigen Forum Coalition | Stanford Native American Cultural Center | Students for Environmental and Racial Justice | Stanford Native American Law Students Association (NALSA) | Stanford Earth Systems Program | Stanford Center for Human Rights and International Justice | Stanford Global Studies | Stanford Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies | Stanford Center for Latin American Studies | Office of Religious and Spiritual Life at Stanford | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment | Stanford Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity | Stanford American Indian Organization

Global efforts to advance clean energy and a green economy require conversations about justice, fairness and equity. For this half-day symposium, Indigenous leaders from around the world are joining together to discuss their efforts to advance environmental justice and Indigenous rights. With global supply chains, Silicon Valley clean energy and battery storage initiatives are driving increased demand for mineral production, and are a key part of new conversations about responsible sourcing aligned with environmental justice and human rights.

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