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Towards Energy Sovereignty – First Nations case studies from North America

Four stories from four different First Nations in North America demonstrate the opportunities of community-owned renewable energy projects for Indigenous communities.

From remote villages in Alaska to the deserts of Arizona, these First Nations are using the power of wind, sun and water not only to provide electricity and economic development, but to increase their self-reliance and move towards energy sovereignty.

Are there parallels for Australia, especially remote and Indigenous communities?

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