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Year: 2017
The Kailash Sacred Landscape (KSL) is a transboundary landscape (area: 31,252 sq
Year: 2016
The visible presence of the state in altering the river through infrastructure of various kinds, such as a barrage, canals, embankments, and roads is a paradox to its complete absence from people’s lives already rendered uncertain due to such infrastructure development
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Year: 2015
This publication was prepared to raise awareness about, and improve our understanding of, the customary rights of indigenous and local communities in relation to the use of biological resources and associated traditional knowledge and to enhance their capacity to negotiate at the time of bio-prospecting
Year: 2011
This publication is an attempt to identify the richness of edible wild plant species of Gorkha and Tanahun districts
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Year: 2010
This report documents different approaches to conservation of medicinal plants and traditional knowledge in Bolipara union of Thanchi upazila of Bandarban hill district
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Year: 2010
This book focuses on the relevance of TK to key environment- and development-related sectors, discusses the current debates within each of these sectors and presents suggestions as to how TK can be effectively integrated with conventional science and policy
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Year: 2009
Since January 2005, this action-research project has focused on developing alternative tools to protect traditional knowledge which are rooted in local customary laws rather than based on existing Intellectual Property standards
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Year: 2009
For indigenous peoples round the world, traditional knowledge based on natural resources such as medicinal herbs forms the core of culture and identity
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