Julian Brave NoiseCat on Apocalypse and Resistance

Activist and journalist Julian Brave NoiseCat explains the importance of land rights and sovereignty in the fight against climate breakdown in an extended interview from Planet B: Everything Must Change.

Speaking to Harpreet Kaur Paul, NoiseCat explores the long history of Indigenous resistance to land colonialism and argues that the Indigenous experience of genocide as an apocalyptic event has produced forms of knowledge that could help us adapt to climate breakdown.

An extract from this interview appears in Planet B: Land, the second episode of the podcast series made in partnership with Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung London.

Subscribe to the Novara Media podcast feed to get all the new Planet B episodes and interviews in the weeks leading up to the UN Climate Conference in Glasgow (COP26).

Produced by Freddie Stuart.
Music and sound by Ben Heyderman.
Illustrations by Tomekah George.
Design by Pietro Garrone.

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