2 edition of Cultural diversity, indigenous knowledge, and biodiversity conservation found in the catalog.
Cultural diversity, indigenous knowledge, and biodiversity conservation
|Statement||[editor], N. K. Das.|
|Contributions||Das, N. K. 1949-|
|LC Classifications||HN687 (H8)+, HN687 .C85 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 228 p. :|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||2009305023|
Indigenous peoples and farming communities are the creators, custodians and continuing innovators of biological knowledge and resources. The UN Convention on Biological Diversity (often referred to as . Recovering and Expanding Bio-cultural Diversity MoVInG FoRWARD Mainstreaming and Upscaling traditional Knowledge and Biodiversity Practices contacts List of Abbreviations Cited by: 3.
Keywords: Biodiversity, Convention on Biological Diversity, Aichi Biodiversity Target, Traditional knowledge, Traditional practices IPC Int. Cl G01S 3/72, G01S 7/42, G06F 19/10, A61K 36/00 The Cited by: 1. indigenous communities and biodiversity conservation is being built, so far through more than projects worldwide. This publi-cation provides an account and a first analysis of the scope, con-tent .
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To raise awareness of the essential role of cultural diversity in sustaining and creating biological diversity; to support the meaningful inclusion of local and indigenous knowledge in biodiversity conservation.
Get this from a library. Cultural diversity, indigenous knowledge, and biodiversity conservation. [N K Das;]. Indigenous Knowledge for Biodiversit Conservation Indigenous peoples with a historical continuity of resource-use practices often possess a broad knowledge base of the behaviorof complex ecological.
Local knowledge and languages are repositories of diversity and key resources in understanding the environment and in using it to the best advantage.
They foster and promote local cultural specificities. Relatively greater number of researchers now believe that indigenous knowledge can help solve the biodiversity crisis and that people who live off the land depend on keeping ecosystems intact, and.
The role of indigenous peoples in biodiversity conservation: the natural but often forgotten partners (English) Abstract. A principal aim of this study is to get a better sense of what the World Bank Cultural diversity Cited by: Traditional knowledge, indigenous knowledge and local knowledge generally refer to knowledge systems embedded in the cultural traditions and biodiversity conservation book regional, indigenous, or local communities.
Traditional. A further problem with the proposals, as detailed in the discussion paper, is the absence of any references to those components of either the Convention on Biological Diversity, or the National. The book addresses, through case studies, the need for protecting and restoring biodiversity.
The book serves as a global sourcebook to biocultural diversity conservation by demonstrating that the world’s /5.
Joseph Goko Mutangah initially became involved in biodiversity conservation during the course of his research when he grew concerned about the deliberate degradation of natural habitats.
In Biocultural Diversity and Indigenous Ways of Knowing, Karim-Aly Kassam positions the Arctic and sub-Arctic as a homeland rather than simply as a frontier for resource exploitation. Kassam aims to. pation of Indigenous Peoples in Biodiversity Conservation programs and projects.
It was prepared by Claudia Sobrevila, Senior Biodiver-sity Specialist in the Environment Department of the World Bank. File Size: 5MB. Indigenous Peoples and Conservation, Aprilp.
1 Indigenous Peoples and Conservation - A White Paper prepared for the MacArthur Foundation Executive Summary Indigenous Peoples (IP) make up. Recommended Books on Indigenous People - Cultural Survival. In the Absence of the Sacred: The Failure of Technology and the Survival of the Indian Nations Jerry Mander.
Mander's book is an angry. THE DEVELOPING WORLD IS home to the bulk of the world's genetic diversity and customary knowledge of plant uses. The developed world, with its growing sophistication in.
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Indigenous knowledge within the framework of IPBES. The Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) provides a mechanism recognized by both the scientific and policy.
In Biocultural Diversity and Indigenous Ways of Knowing, Karim–Aly Kassam positions the Arctic and sub–Arctic as a homeland rather than simply as a frontier for resource exploitation. 4/5(1). Indigenous knowledge includes knowledge accumulated over thousands of years. Communities have vetted solutions and knowledge systems over time,” she says.
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