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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Tajik women’s perspectives of climate change
A project in Tajikistan aims to unite leading scientists and local communities to document scientific and traditional knowledge on climate change.
Preserving Japan’s sea salt making tradition
Japan's centuries-old sea salt production landscapes can serve in developing models for integrated management of land and marine ecosystems.
Japan’s ‘ama’ free divers keep their traditions
Descendants of Japan’s seafaring gypsies continue to sustainably manage their marine resources thanks to collectively set rules.
Benefits of traditional fermented foods
Using native knowledge of locally available raw materials, people across the globe produce fermented food and drinks that have health-promoting benefits.
The tea forests of Yunnan
Mangjing Village's tea gardens show that traditional cultivation systems can both support local livelihoods and conserve biodiversity.
A Thousand Suns: the view from Ethiopia’s Gamo Highlands
Externally driven agricultural pressures threaten an ancient and sustainable way of living.
Resilient Bangladesh: Mapping local solutions
This second video of the series shows how the people of Bangladesh are tackling local problems like less predictable rainfall.
Finding a place to feed: Kyrgyz shepherds suffer pasture loss
Kyrgyz shepherds in the Tian Shan Mountains are challenged as climate and degradation alter their land and lives.
Land has breath: respecting nature in Altai
Russia’s Altai Republic is home to rich indigenous culture that has respected and protected the natural environment for generations.
Greetings from Satoyama
Satoyama systems symbolise a pure integration of environmental, economic, cultural and social links between humans and nature.
Indigenous innovation at vanguard of climate change
Indigenous peoples already use traditional knowledge and survival skills to test adaptive responses to climate change.
Fighting carbon with fire
In Arnhem Land, North Australia, Bininj (aboriginal) people use traditional fire management to reduce emissions and foster their lands.
Walking on country with spirits
Located on the eastern shore of Australia’s tropical north, Shipton’s Flat is home to Marilyn, a Kuku Nyungkal Aboriginal woman, and her family.
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