Ika - (fish) is honoured as a staple food within Tokelau households. Tautai (fisherman) spend the day out at sea and upon their return, a traditional communal practice known as Inati takes place. This is when the day's catch is equally distributed amongst each household on the island. The sharing of resources and knowledge is a practice that ensures the relationship between land, sea and people remain in harmony.
There can be no climate justice without First Nations justice. We remain in solidarity with First Nations peoples and acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded.