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Recycling and Indigenous Communities: Preserving Cultural Heritage and Environmental Stewardship

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11.22.2023

This post was originally published on Recycle Nation

The World Bank estimates there are more than 476 million Indigenous people around the world in 2023. The IWGIA reports as many as 8.7 million of those people are in the U.S., and 20% of them live in American Indian communities and Alaska Native villages. California has the largest population of Natives in one state, […]

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