The Third Pole
Environmental journalism that brings Asia’s environmental problems and solutions to policymakers, academics and the lay public every weekday.
What’s in a word? The high-stakes ties of language, knowledge and environment.
Geographer Shari Gearheard reflects on one of many ways in which environmental change can impact and challenge longstanding local and traditional knowledge as reinforced through cultural practice and language. The stakes may be very high.
What legal frameworks inform indigenous law in the Anishinaabe cultural tradition?
Indigenous legal scholar Aimée Craft discusses the interconnectedness of spiritual, natural, customary and human laws as bases for indigenous legal practices, emphasizing the dynamic evolution of these interrelated frameworks in a changing world.