In Lembata Island of East Nusa Tenggara, the transmission of traditional knowledge has been a fundamental aspect to protecting the environment
Climate change directly threatens people livelihood, with substantial impacts on local community. While indigenous people are uniquely vulnerable to climate change, they are leading the way in innovative adaptation work, using traditional knowledges and novel approaches. In Lembata Island of East Nusa Tenggara, the transmission of traditional knowledge, Muro, across generations has been a fundamental aspect to protecting the environment and promoting their cultures as well as the sustainability of livelihoods, helping local communities more resilient to disasters.
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