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Year: 2016
The present paper discusses the development of a participatory approach to promote medicinal and aromatic plant (MAP) cultivation as a tool for biodiversity conservation and livelihood enhancement in Champawat district of Uttarakhand state in India
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Year: 2004
Land-use change has important implications for sustainable livelihood of local communities where traditional crop–livestock mixed farming is sustained with local inputs
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Year: 2004
Despite abundant wild edible plant resources with immense potential for economic development, Uttaranchal, a newly created hill state situated in the Central Indian Himalaya, remains underdeveloped, owing primarily to inaccessibility and poor infrastructure
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Year: 2003
In the past, transhumant pastoralists in the Indian Himalaya used resources available in various subsystems for their livelihoods
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Year: 2002
Land use/cover changes during the period 1963–1993 and their ecological and socioeconomic implications in Pranmati Watershed in the Indian Himalaya were analysed on the basis of information extracted from archival records, satellite data, participatory discussions, and field measurement
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Year: 2001
Losses of forest cover, biodiversity, agricultural productivity, and ecosystem services in the Himalayan mountain region are interlinked problems and threats to the sustainable livelihoods of 115 x 106 mountain people as well as the inhabitants of the adjoining Indo-gangetic plains
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Year: 2000
Biosphere reserve models around the world are becoming increasingly people-oriented and conservation-conscious in achieving their objectives
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Year: 2000
Biosphere reserve models around the world are becoming increasingly people-oriented and conservation-conscious in achieving their objectives
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