Alison Guzman has a B.A. International Studies and a M.A. in Ethics, Peace and Global Affairs (with a concentration in Indigenous Rights and Social Justice) at the School of International Service at The American University, and a Professional Certificate of Museum Studies at the Institute of American Indian Arts internationalist.
Ancestral Territory of Lake Budi, Chile: A collaborative opportunity to revitalize an indigenous regenerative ‘blue’ economy
By Alison Guzman, Ignacio Krell, Resilience.org
Throughout history, and now more than ever, learning from First Nations and the traditional knowledge they offer may be the key to our resilience as living beings “to survive well together” in the Anthropocene.