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Chinese minorities and climate change

One of the original Indigenous RIA (Risk, Interpretation, and Action) Fellows from a decade ago, Dr. Lun Yin, talking about how traditional knowledge can play a leading role in climate action. He studied the sacred mountain beliefs of Tibetan peoples, particularly the link between culture and ecology. He helped found schools to educate about climate change, and currently assists indigenous villagers with backyard planting and ecosystem conservation.



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