Why They March: “Science and Scientists Are Now Under Attack"
“And they're still flourishing!” A member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, Kimmerer has also worked to integrate indigenous knowledge with Western science. She combined the two in an effort to restore the sweetgrass plant, which had been disappearing ...
Today I will march for science. And this is the speech that I'm not going to giveThe Spinoff
Marching for science by and for the peopleHuffington Post
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Gov't commits $30m to fund indigenous knowledge and water research projects
The Government has committed $30 million over the next three years to fund high-quality projects in the areas of indigenous knowledge and water research. The development comes under the Jamaica/South Africa Agreement on Scientific and Technological ...
New butterfly exhibit flutters into Durban Botanic Garden
The garden is a new garden concept accrued from knowledge gathered by local entomologist and indigenous butterfly specialist. Dr Americo Bonkewitzz, who, with the support of the African Conservation Trust, developed several community-based butterfly ...
Why Native Americans do not separate religion from science - San ...
San Francisco Chronicle
(THE CONVERSATION) Last year five Native American tribes in Washington state managed to repatriate the remains of the “Ancient One,” as they called him, ...
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Mohawk Nation matriarch to be keynote speaker and receive honorary doctorate at SUNY Canton commencement ...
North Country Now
In addition to Bear Clan matron, Herne is also an indigenous knowledge keeper and Haudenosaunee knowledge guardian, helping to preserve traditional culture, traditions and language for future generations. Her professional area of research is the ...