Indigenous People Sound the Alarm on Climate Change

"...according to the delegates at the conference, representing more than a dozen Native cultures from around the world, the message is clear: Mother Earth is in trouble. But fortunately, many of the assembled elders were also quick to point out that there is much the Western world can learn from indigenous people to address some of the problems, and to more effectively deal with the impending changes". Read about highlights at last week’s conference “Seeking Balance: Indigenous Knowledge, Western Science and Climate Change” at the (now LEED-certified) National Museum of the American Indian in Washington. Read the story from National Geographic here .