The Melting Ice Cellar: What Native Traditional Knowledge is Teaching Us about Global Warming and Environmental Change

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The knowledge systems of Indigenous peoples have historically been rejected by many scientific fields. Climate science is just beginning to catch on to the value of Indigenous knowledge systems. Cochran and Geller discuss the overlaps and differences between Indigenous knowledge systems and science as practiced in contexts like the U.S.

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American Journal of Public Health 92 (9): 1404-1409

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09/05/2017

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Citation

Cochran, Patricia and Geller, Alyson, “The Melting Ice Cellar: What Native Traditional Knowledge is Teaching Us about Global Warming and Environmental Change,” Legacies of the Enlightenment, accessed July 25, 2024, http://enlightenmentlegacies.org/items/show/118.