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What's at risk if global climate mitigation funding continues to exclude Indigenous people

Tribal elder Warren Jones stands on the edge of climate change erosion caused by melting permafrost tundra and the disappearance of sea ice which formed a protective barrier, as it threatens houses from the Yupik Eskimo village of Quinhagak on the Yukon Delta in Alaska. (Mark Ralston/AFP via Getty Images)
Tribal elder Warren Jones stands on the edge of climate change erosion caused by melting permafrost tundra and the disappearance of sea ice which formed a protective barrier, as it threatens houses from the Yupik Eskimo village of Quinhagak on the Yukon Delta in Alaska. (Mark Ralston/AFP via Getty Images)

Here & Now‘s Deepa Fernandes talks with Grist editor Tristan Ahtone about why Indigenous communities around the world are receiving so little of thetrillions of dollars available to facilitate the green energy transition.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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