Jade Delisle

Jade Delisle is a science educator and community organizer with a background in justice sciences and cultural ecology. Her family is Métis and she’s passionate about creating an anticolonial future.

Joely on the land

Decolonizing ecology

Protecting and restoring Indigenous Peoples’ lands is the fastest and most readily available way to sequester carbon and mitigate the impacts of climate change, a result of the optimally efficient relationships between fungi, plants, animals, and people in a given bioregion, which Indigenous cultures have coded into their knowledge systems over millennia of human-environmental interactions.

August 26, 2020