Indigenous Insight – Conservation

Indigenous Insight – Conservation


In this episode we look at how indigenous cultures around the world are being affected by the destruction of their land and how important conservation has become in protecting cultures. Waterways and forests are being polluted and destroy before our eyes, quicker than we can ever hope to make a mends to this man-made disaster. So, what kind of effect does the destruction of our lands and pollution of our waters have on us as indigenous people and our traditional way of living?

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