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Vol. 3 No. 2 (2024): Ekologos

Global Environmental Humanities: Indigenous Knowledge about Environmental Change in the Arctic, Amazon, Himalayas, and South Asia

  • Michael Timothy Heneise

    UiT The Arctic University of Norway
April 20, 2024


This editorial outlines the core themes of Volume 3, Issue 2, underpinned by the Ekologos project. Sponsored by the Norwegian Directorate of Higher Education and Skills, the project fosters global dialogue on sustainable practices and climate resilience, emphasizing the inclusion of indigenous perspectives. Drawing on the activities in the project's first year, it details a series of staff and student exchanges and year-end conference in Nagaland, as well as future events in Brazil, and Norway, advocating for a nuanced, inclusive approach to environmental studies. The editorial then introduces the diverse array of articles, essays, and reports in the issue, showcasing the depth of experiences and the impact of academic exchanges in critical climate regions.

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