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On Indigenous Peoples' Day, celebrating Earth's unsung environmental stewards
by Latoya Abulu
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12 October 2021
On 12 October 2021 Mongabay reported:
The second Monday of October marks Indigenous Peoples' Day in multiple cities and states across the U.S. Originally juxtaposed against Columbus Day, celebrated at the same time, the day was set aside to honor Indigenous peoples and their cultures within the country and ecosystems their ancestors have stewarded for millennia. In the U.S., and across the world, the traditional knowledge and active participation of Indigenous peoples in biodiversity conservation efforts has been shown to be highly effective in safeguarding high conservation value areas -- at a fraction of the cost of other conservation measures.
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