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ICIN delegation attends the 2021 AIATSIS Summit

ICIN Coordinator, Anna Boustead, and ICIN Communications Officer, Benjamin Gertz recently attended the AIATSIS Summit which was held between 31 May and 4 June, 2021 at the Adelaide Convention Centre in Adelaide, South Australia.

The AIATSIS Summit comprised of both the National Indigenous Research Conference, and the National Native Title Conference, and the theme of the summit was ‘Footprints for the future - Tracking our journey together.’

ICIN Coordinator, Anna Boustead, presented an overview of the Indigenous Carbon Industry as part of the "Carbon Farming - How Can Indigenous Groups Benefit?" panel, which was supported by the Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation

Melissa Sinclair from APN Cape York (Aak Puul Ngantam), Alison Sentance from Aboriginal Biodiversity Conservation Foundation, and Dominic McGann from McCullough Robertson Lawyers, and Keith Thomas of SA Native Title Services also presented as part of the panel, and highlighted some of the benefits and challenges of getting involved in the Carbon market.

We were honoured to meet so many inspiring Indigenous leaders from across Australia during our time at the AIATSIS Summit, having the opportunities to build linkages, celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and to share our experience in the Indigenous carbon industry.

Thank you to Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation for supporting the ICIN delegation to attend.

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