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The Tibetan traditional language not only contains the worldview of the Tibetan people, but also holds significant traditional ecological knowledge that can show us alternatives to conserve biodiversity and adapt to climate chance. For indigenous peoples and local communities biodiversity is not only a matter of resource, but also a social and cultural phenomenon. And the impact of climate change on biodiversity is not only an environmental problem, but also an issue of spirit and belief.doi:10.26512/dasquestoes.v10i1.32550 fatcat:4vgrrqgk5rgydiwpkfmg3ip6tm