Warming Waters, Wildlife, and Communities

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Warming Waters, Wildlife, and Communities

Chanté Coleman headshot

Chanté Coleman, Moderator
Vice President for Equity and Justice

Sarah Bates headshot

Sarah Bates
Acting Regional Executive Director,
Northern Rockies, Prairies, and Pacific Region
& Senior Director for Western Water

Anna Brunner
Equity and Justice Manager

Mariah Davis
Policy and Campaigns Manager,
Choose Clean Water Coalition

Water is the single unifier of all humanity – people, wildlife, and broad ecosystems. This panel discussion will give voice to the impact our changing climate is having on wildlife and habitat, as well as the health of communities – particularly communities of color – through the lens of warming waters. Viewers will also hear how the National Wildlife Federation is implementing natural solutions to address nature’s problems.

Recorded January 28, 2021.

Referenced Reading:

We invite you to read "Racism is Killing the Planet" by Hop Hopkins, the Sierra Club’s Director of Organizational Transformation. Today’s speakers will be referencing Hop’s insight during the broadcast.

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Do you have feedback or a question for one of our panelists? We would love to hear from you. Please reach out to our team at AllAccess@nwf.org.

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