Kailea Loften is a mother of Tahltan, Kaska, and Black ancestry. She is a Spiritual Ecology Fellow, a Boards & Commissions Leadership Fellow, and a Ripe for Creative Disruption Fellow. She served for two years as a Climate Commissioner for the city of Petaluma and is a returning delegate to the United Nations Climate Change conferences, where her work in international climate justice advocacy has forever connected her to the lives of those most impacted by climate change and extractive based industries. Currently, Kailea is an editor for Loam and Community Publisher with NDN Collective. You can contact her at kailealoften.com.
Contributions to HumansandNature.org:
- How do we come together in a changing world?
A Questions for a Resilient Future series curated by Kailea Loften and Kate Weiner.
- The Vessel and the Water
A response to “How do we create communities to which we can all belong?”
- Earth Is ‘Ohana
Find more of Kailea Loften’s work and writings on her website.
Read the work that Kailea Loften curates as an editor with Loam.
Photo credit: Adam Loften