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Conserving biodiversity through traditional knowledge
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Traditional Knowledge Systems for Biodiversity Conservation by Deep Narayan Pandey 1 Introduction. Traditional knowledge is vital for sustainability of natural resources including forests, water, and agroecosystems across landscape continuum spanning from households through farms, village, commons and wilderness.
Introduction. India has a long tradition of wise conservation strategies that are useful to people and society.
Biodiversity is the most valuable but least appreciated resource, and it can be a key to the maintenance of the world (Wilson, ).In India, biodiversity outside protected areas is rich because of close relationships between religious, socio-cultural beliefs and by: The tribal communities conserve and preserve their environment through traditional knowledge and wisdom.
This knowledge had been accumulated through a long way of observation, natural resource use practice and transmission over the generations. Conservation of biodiversity in natural heritage sites including sacred groves, protected areas and other biodiversity ‘hotspots’ is crucial for maintaining the resilience of ecosystems.
The lagoons of Lakshadweep are a very unique ecosystem harbouring wide diversity of marine flora and fauna, which needs to be conserved on top priority. Significant elements of biodiversity are found outside the protected area system. Traditional agro-ecosystems are particularly rich sources of both biodiversity and indigenous knowledge about its management.
Article 8 (c) of the Convention on Biological Diversity states that each. Nandi & P.P. Dhyani (): Traditional knowledge and biodiversity conservation: a case study from Byans Valley in Kailash Sacred Landscape, India, Journal of.
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challenges in relation to biodiversity, conservation and sustainable use and development. After several meetings and discussions in IIFB, it was decided that IPLCs would produce their own “Local Biodiversity Outlooks” to complement the GBO The Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity provided support to the initiative.
Conserving Biodiversity through Traditional Beliefs in Sacred Groves in Uttarakhand Himalaya, India Article in Resources Conservation and Recycling 54(11) .