Life in the Cyclic World: Traditional Knowledge Compendium from Eurasia

Report collected and released by Yes to Life, No to Mining member Snowchange Co-op.


 

Life in the Cyclic World has been in the making for a decade. It is based on the collected, analyzed and assessed traditional ecological knowledge for the Arctic Biodiversity Assessment of the Arctic Council. Between 2012 and 2016 the authors and the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna – CAFF, one of the Council’s working groups, exchanged drafts and versions to release this document as a Compendium. However this plan did not materialize and Snowchange Co-op publishes now these materials independently.

These materials are made available as originally planned, and cleared by the involved Indigenous organisations, communities, families and individuals. We hope this document will be of use in the understanding and discussions regarding Eurasian Arctic biodiversity and Indigenous peoples.

Download the Full Report Here

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  • Written on: 26 September 2014
  • Posted under: Campaigns