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  • Posted on January 11th, 2021

Krystyna Swiderska on indigenous biocultural heritage

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In this episode of Green Heritage Futures, Krystyna Swiderska talks about the concept of Indigenous biocultural heritage, a concept which was developed in collaboration with the Peruvian NGO ‘ANDES’ (Association for Nature and Sustainable Development) in 2005.

Krystyna is a Principal Researcher focusing on agriculture, biodiversity and natural resources at the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED). IIED’s current work on Indigenous Biocultural Heritage is funded by the British Academy.

You can find the International Institute for Environment and Development on Twitter at @IIED. For further information on biocultural heritage and IIED’s related action-research, visit their website here.

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