Listening to First Nations knowledge to inform Earth-centred, collaborative governance: Women's Climate Conversations 2021 #6

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 Dr Mary Graham explains aspects of the relationalist ethos and the law of mutual obligation: “The environment looks after us,   keeps us alive and keeps us human and then we are  obliged  to do that back. ”    Dr Michelle Maloney decolonises her own mind and has hints for others: “What kind of culture thinks that trashing the joint and moving on is Ok ? and that’s  what colonization has been”.  Dr Mary Graham a Kombu-merri and Wakka Wakka person from SE Queensland and Dr Michelle Maloney  National Convenor,  Australian Earth Laws Alliance are working on a book together titled: “Future Law”. How indigenous first laws, the relationist ethos and ecological governance   can   be a foundation for our future .” This talk is one of the continuing Women's Climate Conversations. Their National Congress of Women is coming up in November  Guests: Adjunct Professor Dr Mary Graham (Kombu-merri and Wakka Wakka person from SE Queensland) Dr Michelle Maloney (Co-Founder and National Convenor, Australian Earth Laws Alliance) Thank you to Women's Climate Congress founding members Dr Janet Salisbury [also a Bee nerd] and Kirsten Anker for forming these interviews.NEWSFLASH!   Women's Climate Congress is hosting an upcoming: National Congress of Women. Day One — Women Rising. Why Women? Why Now?  Tuesday 30th November 2021, 10.00-4.30 pm.Program and registration are now live!  Details are on the National Congress of Women website.  https://www.nationalcongressofwomen.com/LINKS:WOMEN'S CLIMATE CONGRESS   Australian Earth Laws AllianceThis week's show is #1317 and was produced by Bec Horridge
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 Dr Mary Graham explains aspects of the relationalist ethos and the law of mutual obligation: “The environment looks after us,   keeps us alive and keeps us human and then we are  obliged  to do that back. ”    Dr Michelle Maloney decolonises her own mind and has hints for others: “What kind of culture thinks that trashing the joint and moving on is Ok ? and that’s  what colonization has been”.  Dr Mary Graham a Kombu-merri and Wakka Wakka person from SE Queensland and Dr Michelle Maloney  National Convenor,  Australian Earth Laws Alliance are working on a book together titled: “Future Law”. How indigenous first laws, the relationist ethos and ecological governance   can   be a foundation for our future .” This talk is one of the continuing Women's Climate Conversations. Their National Congress of Women is coming up in November  Guests: Adjunct Professor Dr Mary Graham (Kombu-merri and Wakka Wakka person from SE Queensland) Dr Michelle Maloney (Co-Founder and National Convenor, Australian Earth Laws Alliance) Thank you to Women's Climate Congress founding members Dr Janet Salisbury [also a Bee nerd] and Kirsten Anker for forming these interviews.NEWSFLASH!   Women's Climate Congress is hosting an upcoming: National Congress of Women. Day One — Women Rising. Why Women? Why Now?  Tuesday 30th November 2021, 10.00-4.30 pm.Program and registration are now live!  Details are on the National Congress of Women website.  https://www.nationalcongressofwomen.com/LINKS:WOMEN'S CLIMATE CONGRESS   Australian Earth Laws AllianceThis week's show is #1317 and was produced by Bec Horridge
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