For our indigenous communities, climate resilience is rooted in their traditional knowledge. Their deep understanding and intricate connection with their surroundings help them adapt and respond to landscape changes brought about by climate change.
An article released by Eco-Business in November 2022 featured a traditional, non-destructive fishing practice of a community in Aklan. This article stems from one of the proposal of Team Bintuwak, one of OML Center’s Umalohokan fellows under its Balangay Media Fellowship.
Read the full article here.
Learn more about the project proposal of Team Bintuwak here.