Indigenous Peoples, Marginalized Populations and Climate Change: vulnerability, Adaptation and Traditional Knowledge
Available online: http://www.unutki.org/default.php?doc_id=186
United Nations University ; Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ; Convention on Biological Diversity ; United Nations Development Programme ; United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization ; Mexican Institute of Ecology
Event: Event: Indigenous Peoples, Marginalized Populations and Climate Change vulnerability, Adaptation and Traditional Knowledge (19-21 July 2011; Mexico, Mexico)
The aim of the workshops was to identify, compile and analyze relevant indigenous and local observations, knowledge and practices related to understanding climate change impacts, adaptation and mitigation. The workshops will provide a key opportunity to ensure that experience, sources of information and knowledge (scientific, indigenous and local), along with data and literature (scientific and grey), focusing on vulnerable and marginalized regions of the world are made available to the authors of the IPCC 5th Assessment Report and the global community.
Notes: Documents of the workshop.
Format: Digital (Free)
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