Julia Fay Bernal

Director, Pueblo Action Alliance

Julia Bernal is an enrolled tribal member at Sandia Pueblo but is also from Taos Pueblo and the Yuchi-Creek Nations of Oklahoma. She advocates for the decolonization of water policy and stolen water resources. She has helped the Pueblo Action Alliance build campaigns against carbon pricing, fracking 101 education, and the reclamation of indigenous water management practices. She is a Masters' candidate in Water Resources Policy Management and in Community Regional Planning at the University of New Mexico.

Podcast Guest Appearances

Living with Climate Disruption

We’ve been living with the impacts of a changing climate for years, but those impacts don’t all hit the same way. 

A wildfire amplified by drought may rip through a town in a matter of hours, or rising seas may take years to destroy a neighborhood. Health impacts may show up in a matter of months, or take the form of devastating cancer rates that rise over a decade. Regardless of speed or intensity, the climate emergency will impact us all.