North American Indigenous Delegation at Copenhagen Climate Talks Sends Peace Prize Message to Obama:

Stop the U.S. Energy Industry’s War on Native Peoples and Lands Respect Indigenous Rights and Knowledge in Climate Deal

WHEN: Thursday December 10, 2009, 10 – 11 AM
WHERE: United States Embassy, Copenhagen
Dag Hammarskjölds Allé 24 (2100 København Ø)
Procession from Osterport Train Station starting at 9:45 am.

Contacts: Indigenous Environmental Network Media line = +45-526-85596

As Obama accepts his Nobel peace prize, Native Americans, Alaska Natives,
and First Nations Peoples will speak out about the US energy industry’s war
on indigenous lands and livelihoods. The delegation will deliver a clear
message to Obama and tell him that peace begins with just energy policies
that respect human rights and the environment.

Representatives from communities directly impacted by fossil fuel
development, nuclear energy expansion, and false solutions to the climate
crisis will speak out on the importance of indigenous rights and knowledge
as foundational for addressing climate change.

Organized By:
Indigenous Environmental Network  & Indigenous Peoples Power Project (IP3)
A network of Indigenous Peoples empowering Indigenous Nations and
communities towards sustainable livelihoods, demanding environmental justice
and maintaining the Sacred Fire of our traditions.