Researchers around the world are learning from Indigenous communities

May 31st, 2016|

(Photo by Jean Polfus) From Canada’s Far North to Australia, scientists are now pursuing a more respectful relationship between science and traditional knowledge. For millennia, the Dene people lived as nomads, tracking vast herds across the Sahtú and harvesting the itinerant animals for their meat, skin and bones. Although the region’s indigenous people today reside [...]