Indigenous knowledge

Indigenous knowledge

Indigenous early warning system, local implementation, knowledge, skills, technical knowledge; traditional knowledge, transferable indigenous knowledge.

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2021
This research explores what is required for sustainable Indigenous housing in regional and remote Australia. It argues that sustainability should be understood in terms of the capacity of housing to confer positive health and wellbeing outcomes for householders.
Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute
The indigenous inhabitants of the islands in Muara Siberut are also known as the Mentawai population. West Sumatra, Siberut Island, Indonesia.
Forests, and the communities who protect and manage them, are critical in tackling climate change and nature loss. From COP26, guest blogger Gustavo Sánchez explains why they can no longer be ignored in the distribution of climate finance
International Institute for Environment and Development
This image shows a tiny fishing community with red colored houses next to the arctic ocean during wintertime with snow, in northern Norway called Bugoynes.
The forecasting tool IceNet promises to be a useful tool for evaluating sea ice loss in the Arctic. But ethical and logistic considerations have to be taken before scientific and Indigenous communities start working together.
Eos - AGU
A report that the Institute of Tribal Environmental Professionals at Northern Arizona University published shows how Indigenous Nations respond to climate change.
Climate Adaption Platform
Mountain Village, Alaska, which accommodates 855 residents, are sinking due to thawing permafrost. Ninety per cent of people living in Yupik village are Native Americans.
Climate Adaption Platform
Aerial view of Vancouver Island, Canada
An oral history of tsunamis from the First Nations complements computer modelling for tsunami risk in Vancouver Island.
CBC/Radio-Canada
Portrait of senior Filipino woman of Ifugao mountain tribes in Banaue village, north Luzon, Philippines
Almost eight years after Typhoon Haiyan barreled into Busuanga Island in the western Philippines, the lesson it left is still etched in the mind of the Indigenous women in the village of Quezon on Busuanga’s northern coast.
Mongabay
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2021
The effectiveness of Indigenous practices in addressing hazards is based on traditional knowledges and empirical observations that inform active roles in environmental management.
Sage Publications