Report from the Walking walkshop in Hin Lad Nai, Thailand 13 - 15 February 2016. International exchange meeting for mobilisation of indigenous and local knowledge for community and ecosystem wellbeing

Author(s): Malmer, P., M. Tengö, M. Belay Ali, M.J. Cadalig Batang-ay, M. Farhan Ferrari, G.G. Mburu, S. Mitambo, C. Phokha, P. Trakansuphakon
In: Swedbio
Year: 2017
Type: Report
Theme affiliation: Stewardship
Link to centre authors: Belay, Million, Malmer, Pernilla, Tengö, Maria
Full reference: Malmer, P., M. Tengö, M. Belay Ali, M.J. Cadalig Batang-ay, M. Farhan Ferrari, G.G. Mburu, S. Mitambo, C. Phokha, P. Trakansuphakon. 2017. Report from the Walking walkshop in Hin Lad Nai, Thailand 13 - 15 February 2016. International exchange meeting for mobilisation of indigenous and local knowledge for community and ecosystem wellbeing.

Summary

A workshop took place 11-18 September 2015 in Jafr and Tuggoz communities, Tajikistan, and resulted in a summary report entitled Climate Change and Biocultural Adaptation in Mountain Communities. It also included information acquired from the previous workshop hosted in Bhutan in May 2014, where the International Network of Mountain Indigenous Peoples (INMIP) was formed. This network aims to promote interaction and a knowledge exchange through interactive web-based tools and through walking workshops.

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