A climate and land symposium is taking place from 12 to 16 September at Mparntwe-Alice Springs, offering a timely weaving of Indigenous knowledges, western science, practices and hope in stories and conversations around the theme ‘Our Climate, Our Planet, Our Future’.
Interspersed with short films, poetry, music videos and live performance, the Yarning Circle will speak to and with a diverse audience looking for hope and ways to bring caring for country and climate to the forefront, locally and nationally, at a time when the political backdrop is listening and looking to act.
The Yarning Circle voices include over 12 different Mobs, 10 research institutions from across Australia, seven First Nations owned and led groups, businesses and initiatives, and features seasoned researchers, active practitioners, emerging leaders and our youth.
Set in Witchetty’s in the Araluen Cultural Precinct, the Yarning Circle will convene from 10am to 3pm (ACST), Monday 12 September to Friday 16 September.
Live Yarning Circle attendance is free and registration is essential.