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ISBN
978-1-003-17264-2
Idioma
eng
Clasificación DEWEY
577.5 BIO
Título
Biocultural Rights, Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities : Culture and the Environment / Edited By Fabien Girard, Ingrid Hall, Christine Frison
Lugar de publicación
Oxon Routledge 2022
Descripción
344 páginas ; 24 cm
Tipo de medio digital o análogo
sin medio rdamedia
Medio de almacenamiento
volumen rdacarrier
Nota de Resumen
This volume presents a comprehensive overview of biocultural rights, examining how we can promote the role of indigenous peoples and local communities as environmental stewards and how we can ensure that their ways of life are protected. With Biocultural Community Protocols (BCPs) or Community Protocols (CPs) being increasingly seen as a powerful way of tackling this immense challenge, this book investigates these new instruments and considers the lessons that can be learnt about the situation of indigenous peoples and local communities. It opens with theoretical insights which provide the reader with foundational concepts such as biocultural diversity, biocultural rights and community rule-making. In Part Two, the book moves on to community protocols within the Access Benefit Sharing (ABS) context, while taking a glimpse into the nature and role of community protocols beyond issues of access to genetic resources and traditional knowledge. A thorough review of specific cases drawn from field-based research around the world is presented in this part. Comprehensive chapters also explore the negotiation process and raise stimulating questions about the role of international brokers and organizations and the way they can use BCPs/CPs as disciplinary tools for national and regional planning or to serve powerful institutional interests. Finally, the third part of the book considers whether BCPs/CPs, notably through their emphasis on "stewardship of nature" and "tradition", can be seen as problematic arrangements that constrain indigenous peoples within the Western imagination, without any hope of them reconstructing their identities according to their own visions, or whether they can be seen as political tools and representational strategies used by indigenous peoples in their struggle for greater rights to their land, territories and resources, and for more political space.
Fuente de adquisición
Gest Edit ; compra ; octubre 2023
Productos LGAC
Medio ambiente y sistemas agroalimentarios
Materia
Desarrollo Sustentable
Derecho Ambiental
Política Ambiental
Conservación de la Biodiversidad
Autor Secundario
Girard, Fabien , editor
Hall, Ingrid , editor
Frison, Christine , editor
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