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Valuing indigenous voices on the environment
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|Title:||Valuing indigenous voices on the environment|
|Date Issued:||07 Sep 2021|
|Publisher:||Honolulu, HI : East-West Center|
|Abstract:||Speakers call for greater emphasis on traditional knowledge. Quick take:|
- Panelists in a recent East-West Center online forum spoke about the need to apply knowledge amassed by Indigenous people over thousands of years to addressing climate change and other environmental challenges
- Key stewardship values include fostering reciprocity with nature and sharing among people
- Speakers called for Native voices to be at the center of the environmental conversation, not consigned to the margins.
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