Program and schedule of the broadcast (time zone: EST, UTC -5 hours)

12noon - 1pm: Live from Igloolik in the Canadian Arctic. Join Zacharias Kunuk, Dr Ian Mauro and elder Augustin Taqqaugaq for an active conversation about their recent work submitted to the United Nations Indigenous Voices on Climate Change Film Festival in Copenhagen, Denmark. Audience is invited to join Zach and Ian through Skype using their Skype ID: InuitKNowledgeAndClimateChange .

1pm - 2pm: Siila Watt-Cloutier's Lecture delivered in May 2009 in Iqaluit as part of the 9th Lafontaine-Baldwin Symposium. Siila is a renowned Canadian Inuit activist and she launched the world's first international legal action on climate change. You can see the interviews on which the legal action was based at this address: http://www.isuma.tv/international-legal-action-climate-change

2pm - 3pm: Live from Igloolik in the Canadian Arctic. Join Zacharias Kunuk and  Dr Ian Mauro in an engaging conversation about Inuit knowledge and climate change with elder Augustin Taqqaugaq and invitees joining in on Skype. Audience is invited to join Zach and Ian through Skype using their Skype ID: InuitKNowledgeAndClimateChange .

3pm - 5pm: COP15's Indigenous voices on climate change film festival organized in Copenhagen by the United Nations University http://ourworld.unu.edu/en/cop15-filmfestival/

PDF of the festival: http://ourworld.unu.edu/en/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/COP15-Indigenous-film-festival.pdf

IsumaTV is proud to be associated with this project and to present the following program:

3pm to 4pm: Indigenous voices on climate change film festival organized in Copenhagen

- Adaptation to climate change by Mphunga Villagers in Malawi

- Coping with rougher seas - Bangladesh

- Drought: the death of Life - Iran

- Climate change refugees - Carteret Islands, Papua New Guinea

- Energy of the Pamir Mountains - Tajikistan

- Farmer to farmer learning in a changing climate - Ethiopia

4pm to 5pm: Indigenous voices on climate change film festival organized in Copenhagen

- Kuna Yala, Panama

- Pamiri women and the melting glaciers of Tajikistan

- Sea level rise in Kowanyama - Cape York, Australia

- Ama divers: where the sea whistle echoes - Japan

- Sorghum: a crop of our ancestors - Madagascar

- The forbidden forest of the Dayak - Borneo, Indonesia

- Walking on country with spirits: biodiversity loss in Australia's wet tropics

5pm - 6pm: Siila Watt-Cloutier's Lecture delivered in May 2009 in Iqaluit as part of the 9th Lafontaine-Baldwin Symposium.

Siila is a renowned Canadian Inuit activist and she launched the world's first
international legal action on climate change. You can see the interviews on which the legal action was based at this address: http://www.isuma.tv/international-legal-action-climate-change

 

6pm - 7pm: A compilation of shorts, documentary and fiction related to climate change from IsumaTV

- Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change, a 15min extract of the upcoming feature length documentary

- Town hall meeting held in Iqaluit in May 2009 for the Lafontaine-Baldwin Symposium: an intervention from Meeka Mike http://www.isuma.tv/arcticuniversity

- Town hall meeting held in Iqaluit in May 2009 for the Lafontaine-Baldwin Symposium: an intervention from Bernadette Dean quoting elders http://www.isuma.tv/arcticuniversity

- Old Peter: a short documentary taking us to the world of Old Peter, the last surviving Shaman of the Kazym River, Russia http://www.isuma.tv/whydemocracy/old-peter

- Speaking out on climate change: a silent film made by Pangnirtung's Julie Alivaktuk brilliantly pokes fun at the very serious issue of climate change and how it affects Arctic ecosystems and Inuit people. This film was developed through the Inuusivut project (www.inuusivut.com )

- Aputili: a short film by Roselynn Akulukjuk from Pangnirtung, Nunavut. A local elder talk to us about climate change: riveting stories about her life and the changes that she has seen. This film was developed through the Inuusivut project (www.inuusivut.com )

- Tungijuq: a short drama starring Tanya Tagaq and Zacharias Kunuk. A thought-provoking meditation on the seal-hunt and what it means to the traditional way of life for Inuit.


7pm - 8pm: COP15's Indigenous voices on climate change film festival organized in Copenhagen by the United Nations University http://ourworld.unu.edu/en/cop15-filmfestival/

PDF of the festival: http://ourworld.unu.edu/en/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/COP15-Indigenous-film-festival.pdf

IsumaTV is proud to be associated with this project and to present the following program:

- Fighting carbon with fire - Arnhem land, Australia

- Finding a place to feed: Kyrgyzstan shepherd family & pasture loss

- Inuit knowledge and climate change - Nunavut, Canada

- Ama divers: where the sea whistle echoes - Japan

- Maasai and climate change

- Our fight against the dunes - Madagascar

- Rediscovering Altai's human-nature relationships - Russia

8pm - 10pm: Live from Igloolik in the Canadian Arctic. Join Zacharias Kunuk and Dr Ian Mauro in an engaging conversation about Inuit knowledge and climate change with elder Augustin Taqqaugaq and invitees joining on Skype. Audience is invited to join Zach and Ian through Skype using their Skype ID: InuitKNowledgeAndClimateChange .

 

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