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Indigenous Science Is Needed To Change Course for the Planet

What is the role of Indigenous Peoples in the current climate crisis? What responsibility do Indigenous Peoples feel towards Mother Earth today? Listen to three Indigenous women leaders give their perspectives on their feeling of the interconnection between all living things and our planet in the face of climate change, and what they feel should be done with that knowledge.

Suzanne Benally, (Navajo/ Santa Clara Tewa) Executive Director of Cultural Survival.
Tui Shortland (Maori) Director Pacific Indigenous & Local Knowledge Centre of Distinction
Jannie Staffanson (Saami) Organic and environmental chemist, member of the Saami Council.

Produced by Shaldon Ferris (Khoi-San)
Indigenous Rights Radio English Intro track features "Burn your Village to the Ground" by @a-tribe-called-red Used with Permission.

Background music:
"Whispers" by @ziibiwan, used with permission.

Photo: Tui Shortland interviewed by Shaldon Ferris.

Indigenous Science Is Needed To Change Course For The Planet by Cultural Survival is licensed under a  Creative Commons License.

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