An Indigenous Perspective on Humanity’s Survival on Earth | Jupta Itoewaki | TED


Eighty percent of the world’s biodiversity is within Indigenous territories, yet these communities often don’t have a say when it comes to protecting the lands they inhabit. Environmental activist Jupta Itoewaki explains why Indigenous peoples are best positioned to lead the world’s efforts to preserve nature and maintain a habitable planet — and reminds us of their outsized importance in charting a sustainable future.[…]

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1 Response to An Indigenous Perspective on Humanity’s Survival on Earth | Jupta Itoewaki | TED

  1. Impressive talk! I like the five “R”s!

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