NO to Construction, YES to Conservation
Rich in cultural sites and home to many endangered animals, a bay on the southern coast of Hawaii, United States has been acquired for conservation purposes - fending off development projects deemed detrimental to the survival of ecosystems, biodiversity, and culture alike.
Ancestral Farming Technique Revived (Thanks to the Pandemic!)
When food supplies were disrupted due to the coronavirus pandemic, Mexico’s capital discovered that it could and should rely on an Aztec-era style of farming - and that its revival is not only possible, but necessary for the very survival of the city.
Indigenous Tribe Can Now Collect (and Protect) Plants in National Park
The Cherokee Nation has been granted permission to gather ancestral plants along the Buffalo National River in Arkansas, the United States, and intends to dedicate a part of their reservation to the protection of culturally and medicinally significant plants.
This Education Makeover Promotes Indigenous Culture
A program has been developed to rethink the education of Australian Aboriginal students through projects designed to boost their academic success from early childhood to high school by focusing on Native languages, cultural connections, experiences, and history.