Linking modern science with Indigenous knowledge to care for the land

Broadcast on The Science Show with Robyn Williams, ABC Radio National, 5 June 2021

Professor of Biodiversity, Stephen Hopper says the world is struggling to care for biodiversity. The trend is down. In Australia, the damage has occurred in the last two hundred years, since European settlement.

But Indigenous people lived in harmony with the land and its biodiversity for tens of thousands of years. Stephen Hopper is working closely with Indigenous people of Albany in Western Australia, the Noongar people, exchanging knowledge and ideas.

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