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Seniors expand climate change knowledge

Tuesday 19 August 2014 | Published in Environment

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Seniors expand climate change knowledge
Cook Islands elders receiving training on tablets to learn about and contribute to existing knowledge on climate change in the region. 14081818

They may be grey-haired grandparents, but in the Cook Islands, seniors are proving key to unlocking traditional knowledge that is being used to inform climate change research while they learn up-to-date internet skills.

They may be grey-haired grandparents, but in the Cook Islands, seniors are proving key to unlocking traditional knowledge that is being used to inform climate change research while they learn up-to-date internet skills.


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