Indigenous sustainability solutions course

Quechua woman carrying toddler on her back with traditional attire and mountains on the backgroundDid you know that 2019 is the United Nation’s International Year of Indigenous Languages? Recognizing the importance of spreading indigenous culture and knowledge worldwide, the ASU School of Sustainability is excited to offer a unique three-credit class in fall 2019 aimed at exploring indigenous sustainability solutions via the Sustainability Field School model. The course, titled “Indigenous Sustainability Solutions: Leveraging Indigenous Languages to Enhance Amazonian Biocultures” (SOS 588) is an international workshop. Participants will explore biodiversity conservation solutions working with Quechua, Achuar and Waorani. For more information and registration details, click here.