Māori knowledge can help us

combat climate change

Around the world, indigenous knowledge is playing a growing role in helping societies respond to the climate crisis. Tribes and other indigenous entities own a high proportion of native forests in many countries, for example and they are applying their traditional knowledge to restore that land and other natural resources

This expanding practice is evident, for example, in major chapters on such knowledge in reports by the IPCC, the United Nations’ climate science body, and the roles indigenous leaders are playing at the UN’s annual COP climate summits.

Link to video and article: Māori knowledge can help us combat climate change (newsroom.co.nz)


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