India Miro Logan-Riley
India Logan-Riley (Ngāti Kahungunu, Rongomaiwahine, Rangitāne) was raised in the Heretaunga Plains, a bountiful place circled by mountains and the rising Pacific Ocean. They are currently working as the Climate Justice Organiser at ActionStation, a multi-kaupapa campaigning organisation. India’s pathway into the climate justice movement was through the Māori heritage space and lived experience of climate injustice. India is a co-founder of Te Ara Whatu, an indigenous youth climate justice organisation, bringing expertise from advocating at UN sessions as well as working at the grassroots level and driven by a passion for supporting young people in their aspirations for climate justice and collective liberation. They dream of resilient communities where everyone is safe and joyful.