Active Remedy attended COP22 in Marrakesh, Morocco to further its mission to get mountain regions protected and restored through reforestation with mixed native forests to safeguard the global water cycle.
Between the 9th and 15th November, Tara and Stella Joy took part in the UNFCCC NWP 10th Focal Point Forum, discussions with delegates from around the world, a meeting with Tiokasin Ghosthorse from the Cheyenne River Lakota (Sioux) Nation, and many other events and Question & Answer sessions. In each, Active Remedy participated with the intention of bringing greater emphasis upon the need to safeguard the essential ecosystems, which regulate the global water cycle and climate systems.
Below are links to some of Active Remedy’s COP22 News.
More informaiton of Active Remedy and The Sacred Groves and Green Corridors (SGGC) method can be found here.
(EDIT: This post was edited 29 Nov. 2016 to correct that Active Remedy Ltd. was not able to attend the Indigenous People’s caucus, but did have the opportunity to discuss the importance of protecting fresh water with Tiokasin Ghosthorse.)