Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Rio+20 Video: Indigenous youth Ta'kaia Blaney: Threat of Tarsands



Part of Rio + 20 series of interviews; Ta'kaia Blaney, member of IEN, Indigenous Environmental Network, delegation speaking about threat of tar sands oil pipeline to her community. June 2012.
Eleven-year-old Ta’kaia Blaney, from the Sliammon Nation in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada, interviewed by Climate Connections about the potential impacts of a tar sands pipeline on her community and people.

Ta’kaiya Blaney sings a song she composed about protecting the earth for future generations.

Thank you to Climate Connections and IEN:
http://climate-connections.org/2012/06/20/video-young-indigenous-activist-speaks-on-tar-sands-at-rio20/

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