Kuna Conversations with the Earth| 13mins
Director: Kuna Community Members | Producer: Conversations with the Earth & InsightShare
Focus Years: 2009 | Country: United Kingdom
With this film, a group of Kuna Indians of Panama documented their struggle to conserve the forests, their main source of food and traditional medicine. As their traditional island territories are threatened by rising sea levels, the Kuna Indians used their film to ask indigenous youth to reconnect to agriculture and invite industrial countries to cooperate in the conservation of biodiversity.
Kuna Conversations with the Earth | 13mins
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