Posted by: Bob Payne | October 21, 2011

How scientists can join forces with indigenous people

Scientists are becoming more open to using traditional knowledge in their research, but they must work more closely with indigenous people and use data sharing practices that work in both directions, says Henry P. Huntington, Arctic science director for the Pew Environment Group in the United States.



  1. A welcome suggestion which we should try to practice.

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