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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Engaging indigenous peoples in global climate governance
Local knowledge and indigenous experience are crucial inputs for sound governance and climate change resilience.
Mongolia’s herders seek a new approach
Ecological changes are impacting livelihoods in the Gobi region. One collaboration seeks to put traditional knowledge back into a formula for sustainability.
Biodiversity in the Hani cultural landscape
Indigenous wisdom is key in the complex forestry and land management system practised by the people of China's Ailao Mountains.
A Thousand Suns: the view from Ethiopia’s Gamo Highlands
Externally driven agricultural pressures threaten an ancient and sustainable way of living.
Forbidden forest of the Dayak people
The Dayaks combine centuries-old indigenous knowledge with eco-tourism and carbon trading to fight deforestation.
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