Indigenous peoples’ interest in conservation is profound — but often overlooked.
The traditional knowledge of indigenous peoples could help address environmental problems that plague the entire planet.
Indigenous woman and “climate warrior” Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim has brought the struggles of her community onto the global stage.
In his new book, the author and CI board member compares aspects of traditional cultures with the modern world.
Facing climate change, indigenous communities are reviving farming practices used by their Incan ancestors.
Knowledge passed down through many generations offers valuable insights for climate change adaptation.
Sarshen Marais is currently attending the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) meeting in Bonn, Germany. Here, she