How Indigenous People and scientists can collaborate on wildlife conservation

How Indigenous People and scientists can collaborate on wildlife conservation

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by pmnationtalk on March 10, 2022203 Views

Credit: Morris Animal Foundation

Imagine COVID-19 emerged not from Wuhan, China, a city of 11 million people, but in rural Mongolia or Siberia. How long would it have been before we identified this new pathogen in people? Dr. Susan Kutz studies wildlife in the most remote regions of the planet. What happens in these remote ecosystems today will soon affect us all. In this fascinating talk, she shares how listening to, learning from, and collaborating with Indigenous People can help identify disease outbreaks and conserve wildlife.

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