"Native Knowledge for Native Ecosystems"
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The paper briefly reviews Robert Wall Kimmerer's 2000 article, "Native Knowledge for Native Ecosystems" and highlights the article's main points as well as how it approaches the broad concept of ethno-ecology. More importantly, the paper touches upon how the article approaches the linkage of local and/or traditional knowledge of ecological systems with academic and/or scientific knowledge of those same systems. Finally, the paper discusses the significance of the aforementioned linkage as it pertains to the future of human beings in the global ecosystem. In the final analysis, the paper asserts that even a cursory review of Kimmerer's text illustrates just how much "modern man" can learn from aboriginal peoples - if modern man is prepared to listen.
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"Native Knowledge for Native Ecosystems" (2006, December 01) Retrieved February 05, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/native-knowledge-for-native-ecosystems-129790/
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