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In our latest “Trails of Regeneration” episode, we proudly feature Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim, an award-winning environmental activist + indigenous woman from the Mbororo pastoralist community in Chad, Africa, which practices nomadic cattle herding.
The Mbororo use their nomadic way of life to curb the effects of climate change. As the pastoralists migrate from one place to another, their cattle fertilize the land, helping to regenerate the ecosystem.
Ibrahim believes that events such as climate change and COVID-19, are nature’s way of letting us know she is mad because we are mistreating her. In order to heal the planet, we must listen to our wisdom and respect nature, she says.
Learn more: https://regenerationinternational.org/2020/07/03/perspectives-from-chad-africa-covid-19-climate-change-and-indigenous-knowledge/
*Video produced by Oliver Gardiner, in partnership with Regeneration International.
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