Q&A: What Can Indigenous Peoples Tell Us About Climate Change?
Science Now, 19 February 2012

VANCOUVER, CANADA: Igor Krupnik, an anthropologist with the Smithsonian Institution, has studied the indigenous communities of Alaska and northern Russia for 40 years. In this interview conducted by Erin Loury, he describes indigenous perspectives of climate change and what scientists could learn from them. Read the interview …

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