By Marcel Honore
November 30, 2022
The updated report will also discuss climate change’s impacts on human health, including mental health.
As the effects of climate change intensify, researchers and leaders in the Pacific say they’re increasingly looking to Indigenous knowledge to help face the growing crisis.
A climate-related training for a United Nations delegation this week at Chaminade University will largely focus on such Indigenous-based approaches, said university provost Lance Askildson.
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