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Indigenous communities and defending biodiversity

Indigenous knowledge is passed from generation to generation usually by word of mouth and cultural rituals, and has been the basis for agriculture, food preparation and conservation, health care, education, and a wide range of other activities that sustain a society and its environment in many parts of the world
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  • Waigwa Monica

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    Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things- Book by Michael Braungart and William McDonough emphasizes on the need to incorporate nature in all that we do because 'nature is always right'. I believe the indigenous people embody this principle best. We have to listen to them.

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    • Tabitha Kimani

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      Indigenous methods were the best and that's why we have to rethink of them now.

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      • bonke reinhard

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        Very true and the knowledge should continue spreading like never before

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        • Mc Kaka

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          I am a testimony of what Indigenous knowledge can do to safe guide our ecosystems vet important!

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