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Resilient Bangladesh: Fishermen cope with rough seas
This video brief, the first in a 3-part series showcasing Bangladeshi resilience in coping with climate change, looks at a fisherman's struggle.
Finding a place to feed: Kyrgyz shepherds suffer pasture loss
Kyrgyz shepherds in the Tian Shan Mountains are challenged as climate and degradation alter their land and lives.
Land has breath: respecting nature in Altai
Russia’s Altai Republic is home to rich indigenous culture that has respected and protected the natural environment for generations.
Our World 2.0 — 2009 in review
Our World 2.0 looks back and says: while 2009 was a year of global talk in many instances, the growth of grassroots action bodes well for 2010.
Greetings from Satoyama
Satoyama systems symbolise a pure integration of environmental, economic, cultural and social links between humans and nature.
Indigenous innovation at vanguard of climate change
Indigenous peoples already use traditional knowledge and survival skills to test adaptive responses to climate change.
Indigenous Voices on Climate Change film festival
The Indigenous Voices on Climate Change film festival will screen during COP15 at the National Museum of Denmark.
Fighting carbon with fire
In Arnhem Land, North Australia, Bininj (aboriginal) people use traditional fire management to reduce emissions and foster their lands.
Many strong voices
The Many Strong Voices Programme connects indigenous people from the Arctic and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) affected by climate change.
Forbidden forest of the Dayak people
The Dayaks combine centuries-old indigenous knowledge with eco-tourism and carbon trading to fight deforestation.
How-to guide for environmental refugees
Dubbed the world's first “environmental refugees”, Carteret Islanders document their relocation plan to aid other climate change victims.
Scientific fact: no time for fence-sitting
At a global scientific congress, participants argued that scientists' reluctance to give firmer climate change advice makes drafting policy difficult.
Walking on country with spirits
Located on the eastern shore of Australia’s tropical north, Shipton’s Flat is home to Marilyn, a Kuku Nyungkal Aboriginal woman, and her family.
Sea level rise in Kowanyama
Aboriginal people living on gulf coastal plains in Kowanyama are particularly susceptible to even the most minor changes in sea level.
Harvest time in satoyama
The idea of satoyama embodies particular views about nature and its integration with lifestyle, cultural values and resource management practices.
Closing the awareness-action gap
A recent study examines the gap between the percentage of people with an awareness of climate change and those taking action to solve the problem.
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