Pennie Opal Plant, speaking on Indigenous Women of the Americas – Defenders of Mother Earth Treaty and taking direct non-violent action at Women and Climate Action Network, International (WECAN) Women on The Frontlines of Climate Change (Paris, December 7th 2015).

Casey Camp-Horinek, Ponca Nation elder and representative of the Indigenous Environmental Network. “What about the seven generations to come? If every step you take is to think about those coming in the seventh generation, thank you. If not, switch it up. Right now.”

Osprey Orielle Lake, co-founder of Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network, International at Women and Climate Action Network, International (WECAN) Women on The Frontlines of Climate Change (Paris, December 7th 2015).

Josefina Skerk, Vice President of the Saami Parilament, Sweden, is an indigenous Sami activist. Speaking at the at the Women and Climate Action Network, International (WECAN) Women on The Frontlines of Climate Change (Paris, December 7th 2015).