• Meet the Indigenous Leaders Who Are Lighting a Fire on Climate Change: A 3-D Journey Through the Australian Bush

    4 monthes ago - By National Geographic

    By: Erin Myers Madeira and Tyronne Garstone
    Aboriginal people have been managing the land in Australia for more than 50,000 years, and traditional practices like fire management have shaped the landscape. The decline of these practices over the last two centuries due to displacement of Indigenous people has caused the Kimberley region to suffer. Learn from staff at the Kimberley Land Council and The Nature Conservancy about a partnership that is helping Aboriginal peoples bring these practices back to the land.
    Fires are burning across the savanna landscape of Nyikina Mangala country. The...
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