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Take time to listen. That was one of the messages from Cree activist Darlene Sanderson to the Blue Summit closing plenary. Sanderson has listened to Indigenous elders as part of developing a curriculum for education for communities on traditional perspectives on water. She is involved in indigenous activism on water issues around the world and her talk describes how beliefs about water mix with water policy. Listen to her presentation here.

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