Indigenous knowledge ‘invaluable’ for Andean adaptation

indigenous knowledge | food: In Eastern Africa, severe drought is causing massive famines. In the United States, temperature records are soaring due to one of the warmest winters in decades. From pine beetle infestations in the Rockies to thinning ice in the Arctic, the impacts of climate change are inescapable. Adapting to these changes is not an easy task. In addition to using modern science and engineering, we will need to draw on indigenous peoples' traditional knowledge. This knowledge is an invaluable and often overlooked......

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