What Conservation Efforts Can Learn from Indigenous Communities


This article explores findings from a recent report that land managed by tribes is facing significantly less biodiversity loss and resource decline. It argues that the world should not only draw lessons from tribal environmental stewardship but that scientists and policy makers need to support and partner with them in order to stem the tide of biodiversity loss.

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