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Indigenous Leadership and Opportunities in the Transition to Net Zero

This article, prepared by FNMPC, explores four important areas of transitioning to net zero that are, or may increasingly become, important to Indigenous nations in the United States and Canada:

  1. Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change
  2. Electric Vehicle and Storage System Batteries
  3. Clean Energy Transition
  4. ESG Investment Standards and Net Zero

Indigenous Leadership and Opportunities in the Transition to Net Zero

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