How do you get people interested in climate action? Teach them how to skin a beaver, and to love the earth

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A research group based out of York University is trying a different tack on climate change — using Indigenous knowledge.The Indigenous Environmental Justice Project conducts research on how to better protect the planet through Indigenous laws and lived experiences. One of those research projects looks at how to make people care about — and therefore do something about — climate change. Jayce Chiblow, research assistant at the Indigenous Environmental Justice Project, tells us about her research in her community of Garden River First Nation.

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