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Country and Climate Yarning Circle Morning sessions registraion monday 12th through Friday 16th  September  10am to 12noon Australian Central Standard Time
Morning Sessions: Country and Climate Yarning Circle - A DSF Climate and Land Symposium
Please Note Start time is 10:00am ACST - 10:30am in Eastern States

The Country and Climate Yarning Circle aims to share and weave the voices of First Peoples and non-Indigenous Australian people around knowledge, impacts, actions and the relationship to Country and Climate now and in the future:
• Strengthening the integration of knowledges and actions
• Demonstrating caring for Country across Indigenous and scientific knowledge systems
• Providing information and dialogue to transfer within networks and communities about roles of indigenous knowledge, climate change, adaptation and mitigation actions and options and promote a sense of empowerment
Voices in the Yarning Circle will include:
• Country and Climate Change impacts: physical, social, cultural, well-being, justice, role of indigenous knowledge and actions
• Scientific information – in voice that is understandable to a diverse audience
• Policy and action responses based on common  understanding of the evidence from First Peoples, Traditional Owners and scientists
• Relatable explanations of climate change, climate change mitigation and adaptation
• Artistic digital and physical performance encompassing the subject of Country and Climate

Please refer to "Speakers" for Morning Session details.
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