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The indigenous fight against climate change

Knowledge of animals, insects, agricultural techniques and weather patterns is honed from interaction with nature passed down through generations  Globally, indigenous peoples number around 370 million, who speak 4,000 different languages and represent 5,000 different cultures. Their scientific knowledge of animals, insects, agricultural techniques and weather patterns is honed from interaction with nature, often gained over millennia and passed down through generations. See full article at: http://bit.ly/2fr3NI1 Author: Irene Fogarty, Irish Times
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