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Caicara Communities of the Southeastern Coast of Sao Paulo State (Brazil): Traditional Activities and Conservation Policy for the Atlantic Rain Forest
Indigenous Lands Management, Cultural Landscapes and Anishinaabe People of Shoal Lake, Northwestern Ontario, Canada
Model for collaborative planning of community-managed resources based on qualitative soft systems approach
Biodiversity, traditional medicine and the sustainable use of indigenous medicinal plants in Indonesia
Practice of conserving plant diversity through traditional beliefs: a case study in Xishuangbanna, southwest China
Politics of Reintegrating Australian Aboriginal and American Indian Indigenous Knowledge into Resource Management: The Dynamics of Resource Appropriation and Cultural Revival
Old science new science: Incorporating Traditional Ecological Knowledge into Contemporary Management
Good or bad rangeland? Hybrid knowledge, science, and local understandings of vegetation dynamics in the Kalahari
The Sqigwts 3-D Landscape is an interactive three-dimensional experience developed to provide an opportunity to effectively learn about the important cultural significance of sqigwts, the water potato (Sagittaria latifolia), to the Schitsu’umsh or Coeur d’Alene Indian Tribe (of the Pacific Northwest USA). The goal is to provide information on the potential vulnerability of this species to climate change and of the Schitsu’umsh living relationship with it. Schitsu’umsh knowledge and practice is called hnkhwelkhwlnet, meaning “our ways of life in the world,” and is conveyed through acts of re-telling oral traditions and stories. For the Schitsu’umsh, storytelling is a living act and can only truly occur in-person...
The following are interview transcripts from the project "Assessing Climate Change Effects on Natural and Cultural Resources of Significance to Northwest Tribes". Interviews were conducted by Sammantha Hatfield during 2014 on the impact of climate change to members of local indigenous communities in the Pacific Northwest. Transcripts were redacted to prevent release of sensitive information.