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SEPLS generally require high levels of management by humans in order to maintain a sustainable production system that provides for human well-being. Thus their ecosystems are dominated by human activities, including traditional and local practices as well as modern production methods. These activities are considered means of livelihood, as they...
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Conference Proceeding
IPBES-JBF Sub-regional Dialogue Workshop
Editor:
Madhav
Karki
Ram Prasad
Chaudhary
Krishna Kumar
Shrestha
JBF Capacity Building Project held the South and West Asia sub-regional dialogue workshop in Dhulikhel (Kathmandu), Nepal from 29 November to 2 December, 2016, organised by IGES and funded by Japan. ILK holders/experts and experts on ILK from India, Iran, Nepal, and Pakistan attended. The presentation by ILK holders/experts and the discussion...
Conference Proceeding
IPBES-JBF Sub-regional Dialogue Workshop
Editor:
Wilfredo V.
Alangui
Kaoru
Ichikawa
JBF Capacity Building Project held the South-East and North-East Asia sub-regional dialogue workshop in Chiang Mai, Thailand from 14 to 17 October, 2016, organised by IGES and funded by Japan. ILK holders/experts and experts on ILK from South-East and North-East Asia attended. The presentation by ILK holders/experts and the discussion result of the...
Conference Proceeding
IPBES-JBF Sub-regional Dialogue Workshop
Editor:
Rosemary
Hill
Tui
Shortland
JBF Capacity Building Project held the Pacific sub-regional dialogue workshop in Whangarei, New Zealand from 1 to 4 November, 2016, organised by IGES and funded by Japan. ILK holders/experts and experts on ILK from Pacific attended. The presentation by ILK holders/experts and the discussion result of the workshop are described in this proceeding of...
Conference Proceeding
The IPBES-JBF Sub-regional Dialogue Workshop on Indigenous and Local Knowledge (ILK) for South-East and North-East Asia sub-region
The Karen indigenous people have lived on a mixed agroecosystem centered on traditional rotational farming (RF) for over 300 years in mountainous northern Thailand. Over generations they have accumulated local knowledge on species and ecosystems that has enabled them to provide for their livelihood needs while managing the land and natural...
Conference Proceeding

IPSI Case Study Experts Workshop. Yokohama 2014. Workshop Report

Author:
Kawai Ayako
Kaoru Ichikawa