Listen to Gabi Briggs and Uncle Steve Widders discuss climate, health and Indigenous knowledge

As part of the COP26 Creek Walk collaboration with Kings College in London, we interviewed Anaiwan and Gumbaynggirr artist Gabi Briggs and Anaiwan elder Uncle Steve Widders about the links between climate, health and Indigenous Knowledge and the ways in which we can work towards centring Indigenous sovereignty in our process of building community resilience for adaptation to climate change. The interviews were edited by Nicole Curby are freely available for download on the Community Weathering Station’s Sound Cloud channel:

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· Gabi Briggs: long version on the vital process of centring Indigenous Sovereignty in Climate Action

· Anaiwan Elder Uncle Steve Widders chats about climate and colonisation


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