From 2008 to 2010, ecosystems assessments were conducted in Tinoc, Ifugao, using CBD indicators on land use and land use change, land tenure, indigenous languages, traditional occupations and people’s wellbeing.
The Kalanguya experience of community-based monitoring and information systems in Tinoc, Ifugao, Philippines
Community-based documentation of positive contributions of traditional rotational farming to carbon sequestration and ecosystem resilience, Thailand
The Indigenous Knowledge and Peoples network (IKAP), a regional network of indigenous communities throughout mainland montane Southeast Asia, and the Inter Mountain Peoples’ Education and Culture in Thailand Association (IMPECT)
The story of the Potato Park
We are potato farmers and papa arariwa (guardians of the native potato), passionate in the conservation of our native potato diversity now and for future generations. I live in the Community of Paru Paru.
Development of cultural indicators to monitor Kauri dieback disease in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Kauri dieback is a deadly, fungus-like disease specific to New Zealand which has killed thousands of kauri trees over the past ten years. Kauri dieback was formally identified in April 2008.
Children of the water: Plan de Vida (Life Plan) of the Misak people, Colombia
We, the Misak, are located in the Southwest of the Republic of Colombia, and have a population of approximately 25,000 inhabitants, with ancestral and autonomous authorities managing and regulating the territory.
The Indigenous Women’s Biodiversity Network from Latin America and the Caribbean (RMIB-LAC)
The Indigenous Women’s Biodiversity Network from Latin America and the Caribbean (Red de Mujeres Indígenas sobre Biodiversidad de America Latina y el Caribe: RMIB-LAC) is an example of a network that is operating at different levels and tailors its approaches to serve and address various audiences.