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A commentary on land, health, and Indigenous knowledge(s)

April 2019

A commentary on land, health, and Indigenous knowledge(s)
A commentary on land, health,
and Indigenous knowledge(s)

Referring to food and water security, climate change and health, authors Greenwood and Lindsay discuss the relationship and knowledge(s) that Indigenous peoples have with the land. Although these have been profoundly altered by colonial disruptions, Indigenous peoples continue to nurture and protect the land and their land-based livelihoods as expressions of ongoing collective survival, self-determination, and promoting the health and well-being of present and future generations.

(IUHPE) Global Health Promotion Journal (open access)


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