Humankind and Nature


Connecting the Dots with Josefa Cariño Taulí

Photo by IISD | ENB: Diego Noguera

In this episode, our guest will help us understand how vital the role of Youth, and more importantly, Indigenous Youth, is in reconciling Humankind and Nature. 

 Watch the video interview above, or scroll down for the podcast version.

Josefa Cariño Tauli (Sefa) is an Ibaloi-Kankanaey Igorot Indigenous youth from the Cordillera, Philippines. She is a steering committee member and Policy Co-coordinator of the Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN) - the international youth coordination platform and constituency to the UN Convention on Biological Diversity. A dedicated advocate for meaningful youth engagement, human rights, and Indigenous Peoples' rights and knowledge, she plays active roles in GYBN's capacity-building efforts and participation in global biodiversity policy processes. She is also the Advocacy Officer of Partners for Indigenous Knowledge Philippines, a learning network of organizations and individuals with initiatives on promoting and strengthening Indigenous knowledge.

Her contributions to our understanding of the socio-cultural-ecological problem are invaluable, so we are very grateful to have her with us on "Connecting the Dots".

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