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Knowing our lands and resources: indigenous and local knowledge and practices related to biodiversity and ecosystem services in Asia.
knowledge, practices and worldviews of indigenous peoples and local communities across Asia. It demonstrates the essential contribution that indigenous and local knowledge holders make to assessments of biodiversity and ecosystem services. The papers in this volume have been prepared for the Author team of the IPBES assessment of biodiversity and ecosystem services for Asia. The objective is to assist the Author team with their task of grounding the Asia assessment in both science and indigenous and local knowledge (ILK). The papers complement existing sources of ILK in the scientific and grey literature, and contribute relevant ILK that might not otherwise be available to the assessment process.
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1 Threats and challenges to ensuring the requirement of biodiversity and ecosystem services for the indigenous begnas ritual system of Sagada, Northern Philippines
Danesto B. Anacio

2 Forests, communities and ecosystems: A case study of Huay Hin Lad Nai community, Thailand
Gam Angkang Shimray, Kittisak Rattanakrajangsri, Chaiprasert Phoka, Nevet Siri, Pichet Sinhearndoi, Suthiphon Phaiwangul, Wallapha Chapoh, Chalearmphon Wetchakit and Precha Siri

3 Sustainable resource use and forest conservation by the Kaani indigenous community of Kanyakumari forests in the Western Ghats, India
S. David Sargunam

4 Case study – Mukkuva community in South India: Socio-religious history and biocultural diversity
Robert Panipilla and Johnson Jament

5 Traditional knowledge-based conservation and utilization of bioresources by War Khasi tribe of Meghalaya, India
B. K. Tiwari, H. Tynsong and M. Dkhar

6 Indigenous system of pastureland management: A case of Limi in the Kailash sacred landscape, Nepal
Govinda Basnet and Ram Prasad Chaudhary

7 The challenges faced by Bakhtiari nomads in local management of pastures in the Tangsayad – Sabzkouh biosphere reserves, Iran
Bahar Mohamadifar, Mortaza Ashrafi Habibabadi and Mohamad Soltanolkotabi

8 Status and change of local rice varieties: A case study from the Po E commune, Kon Plong district, Central Highlands of Vietnam
Kien Dang

9 Traditional agricultural knowledge for biodiversity and ecosystem management: Evidence from rice-fish-duck system in Dong and Miao terrace of China
Rong Dai and Dayuan Xue

10 Indigenous knowledge of qanats (aqueducts) and their role in achieving the
four indicators of sustainable development: A case study from Tangsayad – Sabzkouh biosphere reserves, Iran
Bahar Mohamadifar and Mortaza Ashrafi Habibabadi

11 Tharu Indigenous knowledge and medical systems, Nepal
Gopal Tharu

12 A case study of Naxi peoples in Lijiang, NW Yunnan, China: An indigenous and local knowledge contribution to support IPBES
Lixin Yang and Dayuan Xue

13 Bio-prospecting of plant resources for validation of indigenous knowledge and the search for novel herbal drugs in Nepal
Krishna K. Shrestha, Yadu N. Paudel, Krishna D. Manandhar, Gyandra P. Ghimire, Sangho Choi and Sabina Shrestha

14 Edibility of wild mushrooms in the context of Nepal: An appraisal of indigenous and local knowledge
Shiva Devkota

15 Documentation of indigenous and local knowledge about medicinal plants in district Rahim Yar Khan in Pakistan
Muhammad Rizwan Shahid and Muhammad Ibrar Shinwari

16 Indigenous and local knowledge of conservation and sustainable use of Himalayan Giant Nettle (Girardinia diversifolia (Link) Friis) in Eastern and Far-Western Regions of Nepal
Bijay Raj Subedee, Ram Prasad Chaudhary, Tashi Dorji and Anu Joshi Shrestha

Annex 1: Agenda of the ILK dialogue workshop – Sucre, Bolivia
Annex 2: Participants list
Annex 3: Author bionotes
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