21 episodes

Empower yourself! Listen to inspiring community energy stories from around the world on the theme of Decolonizing Power hosted by Mihskakwan James Harper and Freddie Huppé Campbell. Explore the unparalleled potential of renewable energy microgrids in Indigenous, Island and Coastal communities utilizing new technologies and applying circular economy principles to take climate action. Connect to a global network of leaders, including young innovators sprinting towards a sustainable, just and impactful clean energy future.

Decolonizing Power Indigenous Clean Energy

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Empower yourself! Listen to inspiring community energy stories from around the world on the theme of Decolonizing Power hosted by Mihskakwan James Harper and Freddie Huppé Campbell. Explore the unparalleled potential of renewable energy microgrids in Indigenous, Island and Coastal communities utilizing new technologies and applying circular economy principles to take climate action. Connect to a global network of leaders, including young innovators sprinting towards a sustainable, just and impactful clean energy future.

    Visualizando la energía comunitaria (Community Energy Visioning)

    Visualizando la energía comunitaria (Community Energy Visioning)

    We're back! After taking time for rest and reflection, Freddie, Daphne and Mihskakwan return with the final episode of their four-part Colombia series, featuring SENA instructor and electrical engineer Jose Maria Cotes Mengual. At SENA, the Servicio Nacional de Aprendizaje, Jose trains his students in electricity fundamentals, residential electrical installations, and photovoltaic solar energy generation systems.

    In this episode, Freddie and Daphne take you on a trip to Jose’s matriarchal Rancheria in the La Guajira region. On their way back to Riohacha, they interview Jose about his experience teaching Wayuu students, his connection to his home Rancheria in La Guajira, and his hopes for the region's future.

    We'll be back soon with more episodes about our team's visit to so-called Australia and the South Pacific Islands.

    Subscribe now so you never miss an episode!



    Find out more about the ⁠⁠⁠Global Hub⁠⁠⁠, the ⁠⁠⁠Catalysts Program ⁠⁠⁠and our other programming at ⁠⁠⁠indigenouscleanenergy.com⁠⁠⁠, and follow us on ⁠⁠⁠Instagram⁠⁠⁠, ⁠⁠⁠Twitter/X⁠⁠⁠, ⁠⁠⁠Facebook⁠⁠⁠, and ⁠⁠⁠LinkedIn⁠⁠⁠!

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    Global Hub: https://indigenouscleanenergy.com/our-programs/global-hub/

    20/20 Catalysts Program: https://indigenouscleanenergy.com/our-programs/20-20-catalysts/

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    • 36 min
    Solstice Greetings

    Solstice Greetings

    Solstice Greetings dear listeners!



    We'll be taking some time off to rest and reflect over the Winter Solstice and we'll be back with more stories in the New Year!



    Thank you so much for listening!



    Music: https://www.purple-planet.com

    • 4 min
    Community by Community

    Community by Community

    On this episode, we are joined by Johanna Koolemans-Beynen, Senior Program manager at USEA, the United States Energy Association. Johanna is also a Senior Program Coordinator for the USAID-funded Energy Utility Partnership Program.

    Johanna joined us on our trip and facilitated the meaningful connections we created with our kin in Colombia. In a conversation with Mihskakwan, Freddie, and Daphne, Johanna shares her thoughts on sustainable development, the decolonial perspectives that have influenced her work, and the importance of peer-to-peer knowledge exchange.

    In the middle of this episode, we hear a short excerpt of a poem one of the multi-talented SENA students, Samuel Prieto, performed for us. Thanks Samuel!

    This is the third episode in our four-part Colombia series, which will be continued in January next year! We'll also have more stories coming up this spring from our travels to Oceania. So stay tuned and subscribe, so you never miss an episode!



    Find out more about the ⁠⁠Global Hub⁠⁠, the ⁠⁠Catalyst Program ⁠⁠and our other programming at ⁠⁠indigenouscleanenergy.com⁠⁠, and follow us on ⁠⁠Instagram⁠⁠, ⁠⁠Twitter/X⁠⁠, ⁠⁠Facebook⁠⁠, and ⁠⁠LinkedIn⁠⁠!

    • 34 min
    Somos Familia

    Somos Familia

    This episode, we continue the Global Hub team’s journey in Colombia. Listeners will hear from two extraordinary Indigenous youths: Taylor Behn-Tsakoza, a Déne woman from Fort Nelson First Nation, and Vanessa Ramirez, a Wayùu woman from Colombia. 

    We are so grateful to Vanessa and Taylor, who have graciously shared their time, insights, experiences, and calls to action with us and our global energy community. Our Indigenous youth are leading meaningful climate action and demonstrating collaborative, innovative, and decolonial pathways that center community.

    Find out more about the ⁠Global Hub⁠, the ⁠Catalyst Program ⁠and our other programming at ⁠indigenouscleanenergy.com⁠, and follow us on ⁠Instagram⁠, ⁠Twitter/X⁠, ⁠Facebook⁠, and ⁠LinkedIn⁠!

    • 30 min
    Kinship and Solidarity

    Kinship and Solidarity

    Welcome back to season 3 of the Decolonizing Power Podcast. Freddie and Mihskakwan are joined by their new co-host, Daphne Kay! 

    This season, our stories revolve around the themes of kinship and solidarity. We are thrilled to share inspiring conversations and new adventures with you as we actualize our global programming in three regions in South America and Oceania. 

    Join us over the next 4 episodes covering our visit to Colombia, where we speak to clean energy leaders, meet with members of the Wayuú community, and visit a Rancheria in La Guajira. 



    Find out more about the Global Hub, the Catalyst Program and our other programming at indigenouscleanenergy.com, and follow us on Instagram, Twitter/X, Facebook, and LinkedIn!

    • 24 min
    COP - Truths and Reflections

    COP - Truths and Reflections

    We’re back to wrap up season 2 of the Decolonizing Power Podcast! Thank you for joining us on a journey that took us around the globe, from what is known as Canada, to the Philippines, Malawi, the UK, and finally Egypt! Join Freddie, Mishkakwan James, and their guests as they reflect on their time at COP 27, the United Nations Climate Change Conference or Conference of the Parties, held last November in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. Indigenous Clean Energy invited a delegation of young and inspiring Indigenous clean energy leaders to attend the conference and share their knowledge and experiences with friends and kin across the world. Listen now wherever you find your podcasts and don’t forget to follow us on social media @IndigClnEnergy, & check out the ICE Network at icenet.work!

    • 36 min

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