Opinion: Scientists must learn how to interact with indigenous people

Amazing opportunity for progress lies at the intersection of complex systems science and traditional worldviews. Can we find the humility to embrace it?

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“Interconnected” by Vannessa Circe. Oil on Canvas — 36” x 48”
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Jesus Rotieroke prepares the chagra at Caqueta, Colombia. Photo by D. H. Rasolt
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Teyrungümü Torres Zalabata, an Arhuaco leader and graduate student in particle physics, analyzes a water sample at the National University of Colombia. Photo by D. H. Rasolt
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