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|What Can Traditional Indigenous Knowledge Teach Us about Changing Our Approach to Human Activity and Environmental Stewardship in Order to Reduce the Severity of Climate Change?|
International Indigenous Policy Journal, Vol. 9, No. 3, Special Issue: Indigenous Peoples, Climate Change, and Environmental Stewardship, July 2018, p. Article 6.
Article shares findings from interviews with Swampy Cree Elders from Northern Manitoba in which they discussed their worldviews and knowledge systems. Authors argue that Indigenous knowledge offers a philosophy and practice that should serve as a model for mitigating severity of climate change.