Working with indigenous, local and scientific knowledge in assessments of nature and nature’s linkages with people,

Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability所収
Volume (Issue): 43

Working with indigenous and local knowledge (ILK) is vital for inclusive assessments of nature and nature’s linkages with people. Indigenous peoples’ concepts about what constitutes sustainability, for example, differ markedly from dominant sustainability discourses. The Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystems Services (IPBES) is promoting dialogue across different knowledge systems globally. In 2017, member states of IPBES adopted an ILK Approach including: procedures for assessments of nature and nature’s linkages with people; a participatory mechanism; and institutional arrangements for including indigenous peoples and local communities. We present this Approach and how it supports ILK in IPBES assessments through: respecting rights; supporting care and mutuality; strengthening communities and their knowledge systems; and supporting knowledge exchange. Customary institutions that ensure the integrity of ILK, dialogues, and shared governance are among critical capacities that enable inclusion of diverse conceptualizations of sustainability in assessments.

著者:
Hill
Rosemary
Adem
Çiğdem
VAlangui
Wilfred
Molnár
Zsolt
Aumeeruddy-Thomas
Yildiz
Bridgewater
Peter
Tengö
Maria
Thaman
Randy
Yao
Constant
Berkes
Fikret
Carino
Joji
da Cunha
Manuela
Diaw
Mariteuw
Díaz
Sandra
Figueroa
Viviana
Fisher
Judy
Hardison
Preston
Ichikawa
Kaoru
Kariuki
Peris
Karki
Madhav
Lyver
Phil
Malmer
Pernilla
Masardule
Onel
Yeboah
Alfred
Pacheco
Diego
Pataridze
Tamar
Perez
Edgar
Rou
Michèle-Marie
Roba
Hassan
Rubis
Jennifer
Xue
Dayuan
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