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Learning From Indigenous Peoples on Climate Change | National Geographic (blogs)

6.9.15

Learning From Indigenous Peoples on Climate Change | National Geographic (blogs): Many of the people likely to be on the front lines of a changing climate are indigenous. Already assaulted by centuries of colonialism and exploitation, many indigenous people must also now adapt to rising seas, warming temperatures, and other disruptions to natural systems.

Conservation biologist Gleb Raygorodetsky has been traveling the world to document stories of resilience among indigenous people in the face of these challenges, from the Arctic to the Amazon. He is compiling the stories into a book, Archipelago of Hope: Encounters at the Edge of the Changing World.

Raygorodetsky is trying to raise funds to finish the project through the crowd-funded site Indiegogo. We spoke with him about his work.


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