Indigenous Peoples' Caucus Grapple with Language Insertions, Deletions, and Changes as Paris Climate Agreement Heads into Final Week
In indigenous cultures, it is understood that ecosystems are chaotic, complex, organic, in a constant state of flux, and filled with diversity.
The ancestral connections of tribal coastal communities to the ocean’s natural resources stretch back thousands of years. But growing acidification is changing oceanic conditions, putting the cultural and economic reliance of coastal tribes—a critical definition…
Their inherited knowledge could mitigate the deterioration of the natural environment