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Traditional Knowledge & Climate Change Interviews

A series of short interviews with experts on climate change adaptation and mitigation, and indigenous and local communities. 2011-2012.

Youba Sokona
 

Recognizing the Value and Diversity of Local Knowledge Systems

Dr Youba Sokona, Co-Chair International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Working Group III
(2012, duration 2:39 mins)

Australia: Kuku Nyungkal
  Understanding Indigenous Worldviews

Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, Tebtebba, Philippines
(2012, duration 3:44 mins)
Vicky Tauli-Corpuz
 

Asserting Indigenous Rights Within REDD Agreements

Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, Tebtebba, Philippines
(2012, duration 1:53 mins)

Mikhail and Nancy
 

Knowledge Co-Production between NASA and Reindeer Herders across the Arctic

Nancy Maynard, NASA, USA, and
Mikhail Pogodaev, World Reindeer Herder's Associatin, Russia
(2012, duration 1:53 mins)

Tero Mustonen   Reframing Climate Change Science to Include Indigenous and Local Knowledge

Dr Tero Mustonen, Snowchange.org
(2012, duration 3:10 mins)
Chie Sakakibara   Human-Whale Relationships in the Face of Climate Change

Dr Chie Sakakibara, University of Oklahoma
(2011, duration 2:29 mins)
Bibiana Bilbao  

Potential of Traditional Fire Management and Carbon Farming in Venezuela

Dr Bibiana Bilbao, Simon Bolivar University, Venezuela
(2012, duration 3:48 mins)

Margaret Jacobsohn
 

Potential of Traditional Fire Management and Carbon Farming in Namibia

Dr Margaret Jacobsohn Integrated Rural Development and Nature Conservation, Namibia
(2012, duration 3:35 mins)

Jeremy Russell-Smith
 

Jeremy Russell-Smith Discusses Australian Savannah Fire Management Project

Dr Jeremy Russell-Smith Charles Darwin University, Australia
(2012, duration 5:52 mins)

   
 
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