‘Indigenous thinking can solve climate crises,’ says Bolivia’s foreign minister

Guardian: David Choquehuanca, Bolivia's foreign minister, believes ‘everything in the planet forms part of a big family’. Photograph: John Vidal for the Guardian David Choquehuanca is Bolivia's foreign minister; he is also a prominent intellectual, an Aymara Indian and has been an adviser to President Evo Morales, a fellow Aymara, for many years. The rainbow-squared, pan-indigenous flag of the Andean peoples, the wipala, flies from his ministry balcony overlooking the presidential palace in La Paz. I......

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