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National Adaptation Forum Summer Rewind Series Part 2: "The Importance of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Adaptation Planning"

Margaret Hiza Redsteer, Preston Hardison, and Kyle Powys Whyte
Created: 8/21/2019 - Updated: 8/21/2019

Abstract

TEK is knowledge handed down through generations through traditional stories and beliefs, including the relationship with the natural environment. This webinar is a clipped replay of the 2016 recording. Learn more about the Guidelines for Considering Traditional Knowledges in Climate Change Initiatives and the importance and role of TEK in adaptation planning at local, regional, and national level. This was played through the National Adaptation Forum Webinar Series and was sponsored by EcoAdapt. For other NAF webinar recordings, visit www.cakex.org/NAF/webinars.

Keywords

Scale: 
Community / Local
National / Federal
Other
Tribal / First Nation
Sector Addressed: 
Climate Justice
Conservation / Restoration
Culture/communities
Rural / Indigenous Livelihoods