Tracey Osborne is Associate Professor in the School of Geography and Development at the University of Arizona. Her research focuses on the political ecology of climate change mitigation in tropical forests, particularly the role of Indigenous peoples, and questions of climate justice. Tracey founded and directs the “Climate Alliance Mapping Project,” which is a collaborative effort between academics, environmental NGOs, and Indigenous organizations working for a socially-just response to climate change through research, maps, and digital stories.

OTHER GUESTS: Shawna Howard, Professor University of Arizona, Ofelia Rivas - (Tohono Odham), Casy Camp-Horniek , Leoyla Cowboy (Dine')and Michelle Cook (Dine') speak of their​ personal stories of struggle as Indigenous women at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Jamaica. 

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