CFN is seeking a Climate Action Administrator to provide strong executive administrative support to the Indigenous Climate Action Network.
Feature photo: Brenna Innes: Gitxaała Elected Councillor, Christine Smith-Martin: CFN CEO, Marilyn Slett: CFN President & Elected Chief Councillor of Heiltsuk Tribal Council, Dani Shaw: Elected Chief Councillor of Wuikinuxv…
Bursaries are available for coastal community members interested in a flexible UBC online Forest Carbon Management program.
The West Coast Building Standard incorporates recent building science technology and practices that complement the cultural lifestyles of coastal communities.
At the 2023 CSN Annual Gathering, Guardians spent a full day with archaeologist Q̓íx̌itasu Elroy White, who operates Central Coast Archaeology in Haíłzaqv Territory.
One year ago, CFN joined technology partners and allies to form the “Coastal First Nations Connectivity Network,” designed for and dedicated to improving connectivity and opening doors to new possibilities…
Coastal Guardians and stewardship leaders from across the North Pacific Coast work together to confront invasive European green crab in their territories.
New toolkit for installing heat pumps helps coastal community members reduce the cost of heating and greenhouse gas emissions.
In this article published in The Globe and Mail, CFN CEO Christine Smith-Martin describes how the Indigenous-led effort to create the Great Bear Sea MPA Network will ensure effective marine stewardship into the future.