People Around the World Love and Grieve Nature in Unique Ways

As the world faces the consequences of climate change, perhaps it is time to recognize and incorporate the invaluable knowledge held by Indigenous communities into our conservation efforts.
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As the world faces the consequences of climate change, perhaps it is time to recognize and incorporate the invaluable knowledge held by Indigenous communities into our conservation efforts.

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Takeaways:

  • A recent study on mental health and nature has found that people across the world perceive nature in different ways.
  • The way we see nature can differ among cultural differences as well as the way we were raised.
  • Researchers also found that the context of climate change and environmental responses vary as well.

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