Department or Program
This qualitative research study investigates the ways that Mi’kmaq Traditional Ecological Knowledge can provide regionally-specific information about the effects of climate change and the ways that Mi’kmaq values can supplement Western approaches to climate change. Through interviews and an analysis of common Mi’kmaq folklore, I look for facets of their culture that can be applied to climate change. In building awareness of Mi’kmaq knowledge and values, my research envisions a forward-justice framework that will allow a population to adapt and flourish in the future.
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Restricted: Campus/Bates Community Only Access
Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Arts
Carlson, Teika Marie, "Towards Two-Eyed Seeing: Mi’kmaq Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Climate Change" (2015). Standard Theses. 75.
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