indigenous peoples

Conservation Meditation
Conservation Meditation
Planet Forward Senior Correspondent | University of Mississippi
This meditative video presents the simplicity, power, and possibilities of conservation through the lens of the indigenous people of Mt. Kilimanjaro.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Wild rice is a sustainable food source that is in threat due to climate change.
Tequile native spins thread

A Tequile native spins thread. (Isabella Zambrano/George Washington University)

The George Washington University
The story I am telling does not belong to me, it belongs to the people on the island of Taquile, Peru. This story map tells of the concept of "El Buen Vivir" and how it breaks the ideas that some countries may have about sustainability. 
University of Wisconsin-Madison
A look at how Ghanaians are reverting back to traditional storytelling in order to save the earth.

The Amazon rainforest: Pristine wilderness or forest garden? (Photos by Tomasz Falkowski/SUNY-ESF)

SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Planet Forward led a student storytelling expedition to the Amazon. Tomasz looks at how foreigners, violence, poor soil and roads killed off 90% of the Amazon population. Can looking at the past help us find a way to better manage this ecosystem?
Redefining progress
Redefining progress
University of Montana
This short film captures what progress symbolizes in the Alaskan Brooks Range.
Creative Fish Tank
One current community in Africa, the Dassanech, is adapting to climate change right now. The team at Koobi Fora takes a look at how it's changing their economy, how they eat and how they live.