Climate change

Conversations with the earth

Indigenous Voices on Climate Change

Compared to the dominant industrialized societies, Indigenous Peoples have contributed least to climate change. Still, they suffer the brunt of the immediate and direct effects of escalating climate disruption. Conversations with the Earth is a way of listening closely to traditional custodians of the world’s biocultural diversity in order to formulate viable global responses to environmental challenges. (Multimedia stories from: Ethiopia, USA- Arctic polar circle, Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Papua New Guinea…).



People and plants

A Journey into Central Asia’s biocultural diversity

PEOPLE AND PLANTS is working to preserve the information and knowledge, unique connection to the land and traditional respect for the surrounding ecosystems that local farmers and traditional healers in Central Asia have acquired and passed down over many generations. (Multimedia stories from: Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan).



Voices from the Andes

Andean oral tradition through talking portraits

An invitation to share encounters with Quechua and Aymara people of the Andes Cordillera. Living witnesses of the traditional oral culture, they tell their stories, individual or collective, real or imaginary.
(Multimedia stories from: Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Colombia).