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Amber Bracken - Kamloops Residential School
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Matthew Abbott - Save the forests with fire
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Matthew Abbott - Save the forests with fire
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Matthew Abbott - Save the forests with fire
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Isadora Romero - Blood is a seed
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Isadora Romero - Blood is a seed
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Isadora Romero - Blood is a seed
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Lalo de Almeida - Amazonian dystopia
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Lalo de Almeida - Amazonian dystopia
Amber Bracken - Kamloops Residential School
Matthew Abbott - Save the forests with fire
Matthew Abbott - Save the forests with fire
Matthew Abbott - Save the forests with fire
Isadora Romero - Blood is a seed
Isadora Romero - Blood is a seed
Isadora Romero - Blood is a seed
Lalo de Almeida - Amazonian dystopia
Lalo de Almeida - Amazonian dystopia

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At the center of the story, a rite of the Australian natives who strategically burn the earth in a practice known as "cold combustion": the fires move slowly, burn only the undergrowth and remove the accumulation of plant residues that can fuel larger fires . The Nawarddeken people of West Arnhem Land, Australia have been practicing this practice for tens of thousands of years and see fire as a tool to manage their 1.39 million hectare homeland. Warddeken rangers combine traditional knowledge with contemporary technologies to prevent fires, thereby decreasing the CO2 that contributes to global warming.


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