REVISTA DE LA FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS AGRARIAS 30/06/19 The study and use of traditional knowledge in agroecological contexts. Carolina Alzate Centro de Desenvolvimento Sustentável.
Universidade de Brasília. Brasília. Brasil. Frédéric Mertens Centro de Desenvolvimento Sustentável. Universidade de Brasília. Palabras clave: Conocimiento tradicional, Metodologías participativas, Agroecología, Sistemas socioecológicos, Integración del conocimiento. Unisba_ac_id - 2020 - Traditional Knowledge of Urug Community for Climate, Conservation, and Agriculture. Afrizal. (2017).
Metode Penelitian Kualitatif, Sebuah Upaya Mendukung Penggunaan Penelitian Kualitatif Dalam Berbagai Disiplin Ilmu. Jakarta: PT. ECO-BUSINESS 11/07/19 Why traditional knowledge is the key to sustainable agriculture. The idea that our current agricultural and food system needs adjusting isn’t exactly revolutionary these days.
In fact, many scientists and others believe that it could use an entire overhaul. After decades of technological advances focused on grain production and the development of synthetic inputs, there is finally recognition that the benefits—higher crop yields and increased food supply—also come with side effects. These include widespread soil and water contamination, human displacement from the expansion of large-scale monoculture farm operations, health impacts including diabetes, and heavy reliance on fossil fuels, among others. The solution to these problems, as suggested by the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, is to transition to sustainable agriculture. Hardly a novel concept, sustainable agriculture is something indigenous groups have been developing and practicing for eons.
Perspectives from the South Simplified “organic” alternatives. Rodriguésia vol.69 no.4 Rio de Janeiro Out./Dec. 2018 Indigenous and traditional knowledge, sustainable harvest, and the long road ahead to reach the 2020 Global Strategy for Plant Conservation objectives. References.
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII 02/04/19 Biocultural restoration of traditional agriculture contributes to Hawaiʻi’s sustainability goals. Family participants restoring loʻi kalo as part of Kakoʻo ʻŌiwi’s ʻohana or family biocultural restoration program.
Photo courtesy of Casey Ching. As part of the largest collection of scientific publications authored by Native Hawaiians that focuses on biocultural restoration in Hawaiʻi, an interdisciplinary research team from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, The Nature Conservancy of Hawaiʻi (TNC) and the community-based non-profit Kakoʻo ʻŌiwi demonstrated how biocultural restoration of traditional agriculture (loʻi kalo) produces healthy local food, supports vibrant communities and provides clean water to downstream coral reef and fish pond ecosystems.
Biocultural restoration is an approach that incorporates both humanity and its connections to nature in a larger effort to restore the health, function and resilience of both land- and seascapes. Related UH News: Largest collection of scientific publications by Native Hawaiians, February 11, 2019. ENSIA 10/07/19 OPINION: WHY TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE — NOT EXTERNAL TECH — IS THE KEY TO TRULY SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE. SOIL USE AND MANAGEMENT 09/01/19 The use of Twitter for knowledge exchange on sustainable soil management. It is widely recognized that some farming practices within European crop production are reducing soil quality which in turn is affecting productivity (Jones et al., 2012).
Currently, production levels are maintained by increased use of agricultural inputs and technology that may reduce profitability due to their costs, whilst also negatively affecting the environment (Rockström et al., 2009). Sustainable soil management (SSM) practices are required that both improve the quality of the soil and increase productivity. In a European context, such practices might include crop rotations, cover crops residue management, reduced tillage operations, fertilizer and manure management to restore soil carbon. Whilst the potential of these SSM practices to improve soil quality and productivity is recognized amongst the scientific community, their uptake by farmers across Europe has been slow (Lahmar, 2010). 2.1 Social media and farmer‐to‐farmer learning 2.2 Twitter usage in agricultural industry. Biodiversity and the Law C. McManis (2007) WW. Journal of Rural Studies Volume 59, April 2018, Local and farmers' knowledge matters! How integrating informal and formal knowledge enhances sustainable and resilient agriculture.
RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT GRONINGEN (NL) - 2018 - Thèse en ligne: Indigenous Knowledge and Food Security: Enhancing Decisions of Rural Farmers. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY 22/06/18 Traditional Knowledge on Teff (Eragrostistef) Farming Practice and Role of Crop Rotation to Enrich Plant Growth Promoting Microbes for Soil Fertility in East Showa: Ethiopia. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies - 2017 - Food Security and Traditional Knowledge in India: The Issues. CBC 14/12/18 Farming for the future: Cree potato project keeps traditional knowledge alive. The taste of a Chisasibi-grown potato is something Andrew Rupert remembers well.
Rupert, 70, worked as a young man in the mid 1960s and early 1970s at a farm located on Fort George Island, in the James Bay region of Quebec. "Some of them were bigger than the fist of a man," said Rupert, whose mother would boil them with the skins on and mix them with lard. "They tasted very good. " N.W.T. farmer harvests potatoes near Arctic Circle It's a taste Rupert and others are hoping comes back to this community of approximately 5,000, located 1,400 kilometres north of Montreal on the shore of the La Grande river. For the past few years, a project to preserve traditional food knowledge, address food insecurity issues and revive an almost forgotten agricultural history has been gaining momentum. Gabriel Snowboy is the greenhouse coordinator at the Chisasibi Business Service Centre. This coming summer, the plan is to plant a much larger field of potatoes: 18 metres by 18 metres. Platform for Agrobiodiversity Research via AGROPOLIS - 2010 - Local solutions to address global challenges facing farmers and indigenous peoples.
NATURE AND LIVELIHOODS UGANDA - AOUT 2013 - Projet : IPSI collaborative activity proposal: Create synergy between traditional knowledge and modern science. NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF LIFE SCIENCES 26/03/13 Thèse en ligne : Do we need to remobilze traditional knowledge and practices in o. Evol Hum Behav. Author manuscript; available in PMC Jan 1, 2014. Evidence of traditional knowledge loss among a contemporary ind.
Evol Hum Behav. Author manuscript; available in PMC Jan 1, 2014. Evidence of traditional knowledge loss among a contemporary indigenous society – guatemalt
Intergovernmental Committee on Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Folklore via WIPO - 2014 - Intergovernmental Committee on Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Folklore via WIPO - 2014 - STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK 23/10/13 Visiting Scholar: Traditional Knowledge, Science Can Solve Problems. Betty Faust (second from right) with ESF colleagues Dr.
Betty Faust returns to ESF to discuss current work 10/23/2013 Dr. Betty Faust, an internationally known cultural ecologist with a long history of collaboration with ESF, returned to the college this month to discuss her current work: recreating an important aspect of early Mayan culture that could help solve current environmental challenges. Faust, whose ties to ESF date back some 25 years, is working with an international, interdisciplinary team that includes geographers, soil scientists, archeologists and botanists from across the United States and Mexico to discover how pre-colonial Mayan hydraulic systems, specifically canals, can help the Maya living in the Yucatan Peninsula today cope with climate change.
African Journal of Plant Science Vol.8(1) , pp. 42-53 , January 2014 Traditional knowledge on plant resources of Ashezai and Sal. INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT - 2010 - TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE, INNOVATION SYSTEMS AND DEMOCRACY FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULT. International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) 02/10/13 Traditional innovation in farming is under threat. Indigenous communities sharing potatoes in the Potato Park, near Cusco, Peru.
Credit: Asociacion ANDES. International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) - OCT 2011 - Adapting agriculture with traditional knowledge. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge (IJTK) Journal of Sustainable Agriculture Volume 36, Issue 2, 2012 Farmers' Participation in Knowledge Circulation and the Promotion of. FOODTANK 23/04/14 EU Bill Protects Indigenous Traditional Knowledge and Food Security. The European Union (EU) has recently passed a bill protecting the intellectual property rights of indigenous communities by ensuring that companies respect indigenous stewardship over natural resources and traditional knowledge about their uses.
The Bill was prompted by a European Parliament report urging the EU to pass measures to protect indigenous traditional knowledge and ratify the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-sharing. The Nagoya Protocol—a supplementary agreement to the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) that was first adopted by Japan in October 2013—needs to be ratified by 50 member states of the UN General Assembly before it can be entered into force. So far, 30 member states have ratified the Protocol. “Ninety percent of genetic resources are in the South, and ninety percent of the patents are in the North,” said Green Member of the European Parliament Sandrine Bélier. OUVRAGE EN LIGNE - 2010 - Bioprospecting, Traditional Knowledge, and Benefit Sharing.