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Native islander uses ancestral wisdom to help return Puerto Rico to its Indigenous roots.

Despite misunderstandings, scientists and Indigenous peoples in the Arctic have collaborated on mercury pollution

Despite misunderstandings, scientists and Indigenous peoples in the Arctic have collaborated on mercury pollution

A new paper cites over 40 joint projects in six nations and concludes that mercury research would be impossible without these working relationships.

Biological ‘treasure troves’ need mapping in marine protection plan

Biological ‘treasure troves’ need mapping in marine protection plan

A number of sites of exceptional biodiversity — well-known to the region's First Nations but previously undocumented by science — have been identified along B.C.'s central coast and should be protected, a joint study suggests.
These Indigenous educators are bringing Western and Native science together in the classroom
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These Indigenous educators are bringing Western and Native science together in the classroom

By meshing laboratory science with Traditional Ecological Knowledge, college professors aim to cultivate better environmental decision makers — and decisions.

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In Canada, Inuit communities are shaping research priorities
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In Canada, Inuit communities are shaping research priorities

Scientists wishing to do research must now consult with Inuit groups — and consider long-neglected local priorities.
Indigenous Maori and western scientists work through past injustices to save a threatened species
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Indigenous Maori and western scientists work through past injustices to save a threatened species

Threatened by a foreign pathogen, iconic kauri trees find allies in cross-cultural collaboration.

Daniel Henryk Rasolt: Scientists must learn how to interact with Indigenous people
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Daniel Henryk Rasolt: Scientists must learn how to interact with Indigenous people

Amazing opportunity for progress lies at the intersection of complex systems science and traditional worldviews. Can we find the humility to embrace it?

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