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The changing Ifugao woodlots : implications for indigenous plant knowledge and biodiversity

Rondolo, Merilyn T


Indigenous peoples are known to possess knowledge about their environment that is vital to biodiversity conservation. Conserving biodiversity is a fundamental element enhancing sustainable development. Thus the value of indigenous plant knowledge must be recognised, in both policy and practice, if sustainable development is to be promoted. Despite the importance of indigenous knowledge and biodiversity, both are under constant threat and are being depleted. Acculturation of indigenous...[Show more]

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Date published: 2000-09-22
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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