Date(s) - October 11, 2021
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm



The EcoAction Committee of the Green Party of the United States will hold a webinar on Indigenous People’s Day – Monday Oct. 11 – on climate change at 8 PM EST.

Register here for the event. Meeting Registration – Zoom

The EcoAction Committee of the Green Party of the United States will hold an online webinar on Indigenous People’s Day this Monday, Oct. 11, at 8 PM ET. Ecological Wisdom begins with Indigenous Wisdom! (Register here.)
The next month will be among the most important ever in our effort to prevent climate collapse. President Biden and Congress must agree on the largest climate budget ever – though right now they are planning to slash their proposed $3.5 trillion (over 10 years) green and social economic stimulus, rather than support the much larger ecosocialist Green New Deal proposed by the Greens. Then in early November, the world will gather in Glasgow for COP26 where we need mandatory agreements to slash carbon emissions to keep global warming below 1.5 degree centigrade and dramatically increase climate funding / reparations by the industrial polluter nations to the Global South and developing countries. We will discuss how to join in the November 6 global day of climate action.
From October 11 to 15, the People vs. Fossil Fuels are organizing daily direct actions at the White House and Congress to demand that Biden declare a climate emergency and halt all new fossil fuels. Please participate and promote.

Register here for the event. Meeting Registration – Zoom

Featured speakers include
Tom Goldtooth,  Dine’/Dakota
Executive Director, Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN)
Co-founder, Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature (GARN)
Howie Hawkins
Former GPUS Presidential Nominee
Author 2010 Green New Deal, and
Mark Dunlea,
Cochair, GPUS EcoAction Committee
Green Education and Legal Fund
Topics will include:
  • Indigenous Ecological Wisdom
  • Green New Deal and Green Economic Bill of Rights
  • COP26
  • Rights of Nature
  • Declare a Climate Emergency and halt Fossil Fuel Infrastructure
Tom Goldtooth will share Indigenous wisdom including Rights of Nature and talk about climate and indigenous efforts against new fossil fuel infrastructure.
Howie Hawkins will discuss the recent climate inaction by President Biden and Congressional Democrats. He will highlight the need for an Ecosocialist Green New Deal which includes strong environmental justice and Just Transition measures and an economic bill of rights.
Mark Dunlea will discuss the upcoming COP26 in November in Glasgow and how Greens can push Biden to a climate champion.