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Traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) is intrinsically linked with traditional local communities and their ways and conditions of living. The social learning dimension offered by TEK seems to be largely overlooked. TEK places climate action in context and makes it more tangible for the general public. Building on synergies between traditional ecological and hydro meteorological scientific knowledge contributes to building capacity and improving adaptive coping strategies at the local level. This can make a valuable contribution to enhancing robustness of adaptation efforts, devising collaborative and resilient management, and enabling reduction of vulnerability in the Arctic and beyond.
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- Human Dimension for Effective Climate Action: Synergies Between Traditional Ecological and Hydro Meteorological Scientific Knowledge in the Arctic and Beyond