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What are examples of Indigenous knowledge of climate and environment?
What Indigenous knowledge of climate and environment can we share to inform climate education? How can Indigenous ways of knowing and being inform climate education, adaptations to climate impacts and efforts to reduce the amount of climate change (climate mitigation)? Still under development, this part of the website is expected to be fully functional in the Summer of 2012. It will be integrated with the PCEP wiki that will have sections for each of the USAPI entities.
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Contributing SourceContent originates from either the Education Resources Information Center (ERIC), from other sources vetted by WestEd (WestEd) or by the Pacific Islands Climate Education Partnership (PCEP), or from self-reported (and non-vetted) material entered directly by users/members.
|Indigenous Weather Knowledge (Australia)||Indigenous Weather Knowledge project - Bureau of Meteorology - Australian Governement||Research Document||What are examples of Indigenous knowledge of climate and environment?||Self-Reported|