El Niño is a weather pattern that occurs every few years and can have a significant impact on the environment.
Indigenous communities have been living in harmony with their environment for centuries and have developed sustainable practices to ensure its preservation.
El Niño can disrupt these practices by causing droughts, floods, and other extreme weather events that can damage crops and natural resources.
As a result, indigenous communities have had to adapt their environmental stewardship practices to account for the changing weather patterns caused by El Niño.
This has led to the development of new techniques and technologies that promote sustainability and resilience in the face of climate change.
El Niño has influenced traditional environmental stewardship practices and emphasizes the need to adapt to changing weather patterns for the planet's long-term health.