Indigenous Resource Management Systems: A holistic approach to nature and livelihoods
09 May 2012 | Downloads - publication
The following article, by Maurizio Farhan-Ferrari, Coordinator of FPP's Environmental Governance Programme, and CEESP Member, was recently published on the Landscapes Blog for People, Food and Nature.
This article argues that indigenous resource management systems are not only well poised to reduce deforestation rates but also to provide a rich array of experiences, expertise, and practices that can significantly contribute to protecting biodiversity, food security, and sustainable livelihoods in indigenous communities, as well as finding answers to climate change challenges. The full article can be read here and there is a form below the article for replies.
The Landscapes Blog also recently published Tropical Forests, Traditional Lands: Wapichan Territory, Guyana which can be viewed here.
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