Autumn Peltier

Autumn Peltier

Water Advocate

About Autumn Peltier
Autumn, 13 years old, lives in Canada, and has been advocating for “sacred water” for the last two years. She attended the Children’s Climate Conference in Sodertalje, Sweden, where she delivered her message about the importance of clean drinking water. The Assembly of First Nations Youth Council passed a resolution supporting Autumn’s advocacy with the creation of a fund to assist First Nations people across Canada dealing with water crises. Her work continues with talks and presentations to young people and First Nations communities across her territories. Autumn also makes bracelets to raise money for a First Nation community with no clean drinking water. She hopes to finish school, travel and study law and political science so that she can advocate for her people at a higher level in the future.

Opening Plenary – Talking About Tomorrow: Conversations with Today’s Youth Leaders

The 2018 RIA Conference will begin with passionate messages from the leaders of tomorrow. Four Canadian youth leaders will share their perspectives on topics ranging from water advocacy, environmentalism and advocating for environmental rights.

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