‘The Global Center of Indigenomics is a response to hundreds of years of colonialism. It marks the space for Indigenous empowerment and worldview focusing on the significant issues of our collective lifetime: climate change, Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) and sustainable development”, said Carol Anne Hilton, founder of The Global Center of Indigenomics.
The Center’s activities will include:
- A global dialogue platform with leading voices from Indigenous business, industry, and economic development
- Development of a virtual global Indigenous economic market with a focus on the Indigenomic Economic Mix: 12 levers of economic design – equity, capital, trade, procurement, clean energy, technology, philanthropy, investment, commerce, entrepreneurship, procurement and social finance
- Facilitation of the inaugural I70 -…