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finding 7.6 : key-message-7-6
The importance placed on youth education by Indigenous communities creates opportunities for future generations to sustain and pass on traditional knowledge important to managing carbon stocks and fluxes on native lands.
This finding is from chapter 7 of Second State of the Carbon Cycle Report (SOCCR2): A Sustained Assessment Report.
Description of evidence base: Key Finding 6 is supported by reports on the tribal community youth education programs in the United States (Tippeconnic III and Tippeconnic Fox 2012; Kimmerer 2002; Cajete 1999; Brookshire and Kaza 2013).
New information and remaining uncertainties: Uncertainties result from the limited number of comprehensive studies on the role youth education plays in sustaining traditional practices for different Indigenous groups in Mexico and Canada, as well as uncertainty in the magnitude to which those practices could affect the carbon cycle.
ProvenanceThis finding was derived from figure P.2: P.2. Likelihood and Confidence Evaluation
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