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  • How Indigenous 'cultural burns' can replenish our forests ...

    2021-9-30 · In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we look at how Indigenous fire practices can help us avoid high-intensity wildfires and

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  • Wildfires of Varying Intensity Can Be Good for ...

    2021-11-29 · They created a completely novel ecosystem in Tasmania,” Fletcher said. Like much of modern Australia, the Southwest Wilderness is now at risk of high-intensity bushfires because the Indigenous people are no longer around to regularly burn the landscape. In Northern California, Burnett has seen similar patterns.

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  • Impacts of climate change to African indigenous ...

    2021-10-28 · Globally, there are an estimated 370 million indigenous people 1 whose livelihoods are being negatively affected by climate change 2 by means of an increased frequency and intensity of extreme ...

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  • Indigenous impacts on north Australian savanna fire ...

    2021-11-30 · Indigenous manipulation of fire has been practiced for tens of millennia in Australian savannas, and there is a renewed interest in understanding the effects of

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  • SHPA | SHPA | College of Education | SDSU

    2016-7-18 · Native American and Indigenous Scholars Collaborative. The Native American and Indigenous Scholars Project (SHPA) is designed to help reduce the profound gap in the numbers of school counselors and school psychologists appropriately trained to respond to the needs of Native American and Indigenous youth served in special education.

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  • Indigenous model Samantha Harris shares her beauty ...

    Indigenous model Samantha Harris' routine is one to bookmark. She prefers high intensity activities to help her relax, vacuuming before bed and quick and easy dinner options - simple.

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  • Canada must end the over-incarceration of Indigenous ...

    2022-1-3 · Indigenous women represent nearly half of all women in federal prisons. ... the alarms have been increasing in frequency and intensity over the years. ... Its purpose was to lower Canada’s high ...

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  • An effective 20-minute HIIT workout you can do at home ...

    2021-12-8 · High-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts are highly effective and can be done at home with little to no equipment. "At home HIIT workouts that use body weight exercises are a good option ...

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  • Correctional programs for women

    2021-12-16 · Indigenous Women Offender High Intensity Program details the Indigenous version of this program. Self-management programs. The Women Offender Self-Management Program (WO-SMP) supports women as they continue to make and maintain changes in their lives. It is the final program in the continuum of care. It focuses on: enhancing strengths

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  • Indigenous report calls for change in B.C. wildfire ...

    2021-12-6 · Indigenous report calls for change in B.C. wildfire response, recovery. An Indigenous-led review of a massive wildfire that destroyed more than 100 homes in British Columbia’s southern Interior four years ago has produced 30 calls to action to improve wildfire management and recovery practices. The Elephant Hill wildfire scorched more than ...

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  • Correctional programs for women

    Indigenous Women Offender High Intensity Program details the Indigenous version of this program. Self-management programs. The Women Offender Self-Management Program (WO-SMP) supports women as they continue to make and maintain changes in their lives. It is the final program in the continuum of care. It focuses on: enhancing strengths

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  • People have shaped most of terrestrial nature for at least ...

    2021-4-27 · Areas under Indigenous management today are recognized as some of the most biodiverse areas remaining on the planet (51, 61), and landscapes under traditional low-intensity use are generally much more biodiverse than those governed by high-intensity agricultural and industrial economies (62, 63). Although some societies practicing low-intensity ...

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  • Impacts of climate change to African indigenous ...

    2021-10-28 · Globally, there are an estimated 370 million indigenous people 1 whose livelihoods are being negatively affected by climate change 2 by means of an increased frequency and intensity of extreme ...

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  • Geographic, priority population, Indigenous & LBGTQ2 ...

    These risk factors include homelessness, living in group settings, high-intensity substance use and having other infectious diseases such as HIV. Public health officials in many cities have prioritized these populations for COVID-19 vaccination, but the uptake, safety and effectiveness of the vaccines in these groups have not been evaluated.

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  • Indigenous impacts on north Australian savanna fire ...

    2021-11-30 · Indigenous manipulation of fire has been practiced for tens of millennia in Australian savannas, and there is a renewed interest in understanding the effects of

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  • Indigenous model Samantha Harris shares her beauty ...

    Indigenous model Samantha Harris' routine is one to bookmark. She prefers high intensity activities to help her relax, vacuuming before bed and quick and easy dinner options - simple.

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  • COP26: Indigenous peoples, protests, and a call to end the ...

    2021-11-6 · We want it to sequester carbon, to provide the buffers for the high storms and mangroves and to be the lungs of the world. "But when we mess with nature, nature will send us these invoices in the forms of greater intensity storms, more fires, more heatwaves and more droughts”, the Executive Director of UNEP, Inger Andersen, told UN News at ...

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  • Effect of different salinity on the growth performance and ...

    Three species of indigenous microalgae were successfully isolated, purified and identified from Setiu wetlands, Terengganu known as C. vulgaris, T. chuii and I. galbana which showed the most potential species in term of high growth and the highest lipid, carotenoid and chlorophyll-a content. These species were further selected to determine the ...

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  • Indigenous made versatile jewelry - CHCH

    2021-12-20 · Indigenous made versatile jewelry. By. Laura Brody. -. December 20, 2021, 11:18 am. Looking for a gift with a lot of different looks? Jewelry designer April

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  • Comparative characterization of fatty acids, reheating ...

    Chinese indigenous pork is preferred by consumers because of its unique nutritional and flavor characteristics. The aim of this study was to investigate the fatty acid contents and reheating volatile compounds (i.e., warmed-over flavor (WOF)) of the biceps femoris muscle of four Chinese indigenous (i.e., Guangdong small-ear spotted, GSS; hill black, HB; Beijing black, BB; Qingyu,

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  • Correctional programs for Indigenous offenders

    The IICPM Sex Offender has different intensity levels. High intensity program. The high intensity Indigenous sex offender program is for men who have offended sexually and are at high risk to reoffend. It: has a total of 117 sessions (95 group sessions, 5 individual sessions and 17 ceremonial sessions) has 50% Elder involvement; is normally co ...

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  • Correctional programs for women

    Indigenous Women Offender High Intensity Program details the Indigenous version of this program. Self-management programs. The Women Offender Self-Management Program (WO-SMP) supports women as they continue to make and maintain changes in their lives. It is the final program in the continuum of care. It focuses on: enhancing strengths

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  • Challenges and Opportunities for Indigenous Peoples ...

    2021-4-23 · Furthermore, many indigenous peoples are becoming environmental refugees due to the increased frequency and intensity of these and other climatic hazards such as floods, hurricanes and typhoons ...

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  • People have shaped most of terrestrial nature for at least ...

    2021-4-27 · Areas under Indigenous management today are recognized as some of the most biodiverse areas remaining on the planet (51, 61), and landscapes under traditional low-intensity use are generally much more biodiverse than those governed by high-intensity agricultural and industrial economies (62, 63). Although some societies practicing low-intensity ...

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  • Indigenous California Land Stewards Practitioners of ...

    2020-8-11 · For the Karuk, unprecedented catastrophic high-intensity fires in the Klamath basin and larger brush have adversely affected water quality and salmon spawning important to tribal values. 3. Today the Karuk Nation collaborates with the U.S. Forest Service and the BIA Fire Management to conduct cultural burning on and near Karuk tribal territory.

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  • Geographic, priority population, Indigenous & LBGTQ2 ...

    These risk factors include homelessness, living in group settings, high-intensity substance use and having other infectious diseases such as HIV. Public health officials in many cities have prioritized these populations for COVID-19 vaccination, but the uptake, safety and effectiveness of the vaccines in these groups have not been evaluated.

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  • Utilize knowledge of Indigenous people to prevent ...

    2021-10-13 · When it comes to fire prevention, the wisdom of Indigenous tribes like the Yurok, Karuk, Hoopa and Wintun is unparalleled. Indigenous knowledge and connection to ecosystems have been passed down through intentional training. Youth learn how to burn low-intensity fires in a specific area through culture. This management results in healthier ...

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  • Contributions of Indigenous Knowledge to ecological and ...

    2021-11-15 · Humans were generating, transmitting, and applying information about the natural world long before scientific inquiry was formalized. Indigenous peoples around the world have developed, maintained, and evolved knowledge systems via direct experience interacting with biophysical and ecological processes, landscapes, ecosystems, and species over millennia

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  • Comparative characterization of fatty acids, reheating ...

    Chinese indigenous pork is preferred by consumers because of its unique nutritional and flavor characteristics. The aim of this study was to investigate the fatty acid contents and reheating volatile compounds (i.e., warmed-over flavor (WOF)) of the biceps femoris muscle of four Chinese indigenous (i.e., Guangdong small-ear spotted, GSS; hill black, HB; Beijing black, BB; Qingyu,

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  • Indigenous made versatile jewelry - CHCH

    2021-12-20 · Indigenous made versatile jewelry. By. Laura Brody. -. December 20, 2021, 11:18 am. Looking for a gift with a lot of different looks? Jewelry designer April

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LTD which mainly manufacture large and medium-sized crushing and grinding equipments was founded in 1987. It is a modern joint-stock corporation with research, manufacturing and sales together.

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