What Western Society Can Learn From Indigenous Communities

Written by Rachel Cernansky 10 July 2021

“Like many Indigenous peoples around the world, the Māori have developed their understanding of their environment through close observation of the landscape and its behaviors over the course of many generations. Now the New Zealand Environmental Protection Agency regularly looks for ways to integrate traditional Māori knowledge, or mātauranga, into its decision-making” (Cernansky 2021).

Publisher: The New York Times

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Category: Tools of Democracy