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Year: 2018
Natural fibers have attracted considerable attention in recent years because of their low cost, renewable, and eco-friendly nature
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Year: 2018
Traditional knowledge and practices are increasingly recognized in the resource conservation and management practices, however are declining in many parts of the world including Nepal
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Year: 2018
Biological invasion is a major component of global environmental change and it has negative impacts on native biodiversity, ecosystem services, infrastructures, agriculture production, and human and animal health
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Year: 2017
Crop genetic diversity has been an important source of subsistence livelihoods and nutrition in the remote Himalayan region for local communities
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Year: 2017
Traditional knowledge (TK) is very important for sustainable development
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Year: 2017
Indigenous systems of the management of natural resources are deeply embedded in cultural values espoused by local communities both as groups and as individuals
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Year: 2017
Indigenous knowledge and practices of indigenous peoples and local communities (IPLCs) play an important role in the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity
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Year: 2017
This framework document has been prepared by the team at ICIMOD working on various aspects of ecosystem management in collaboration with the United Nations Environment – World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP–WCMC), with technical inputs from eminent ecologists, gender and governance specialists, sociologists and economists from the region
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Year: 2017
The Kailash Sacred Landscape (KSL) is a transboundary landscape (area: 31,252 sq
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