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The World Has A Lot To Learn About Conservation And Trust From Indigenous Societies

A family of people in Siberia stand on and around their front porch

“Recent studies have underscored that conservationists can learn a lot from traditional ecological knowledge about successful resource management,” Professor of Anthropology John Ziker writes. “Some experts argue that traditional knowledge needs a role in global climate planning, because it fosters strategies that are ‘cost-effective, participatory and sustainable.'”