Indigenous peoples generally keep to themselves, choosing not to get politically involved with their countries. So indigenous philosophies are generally not brought up in policy making. In fact, indigenous peoples are sometimes denied basic rights because of their position, and there has been a movement to improve these rights. Should indigenous peoples start to become more a part of the mainstream of their countries, they may begin to have a say in environmental policies.
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