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Climate change and biocultural adaptation in mountain communities: second international learning exchange of the International Network of Mountain Indigenous People

Krystyna Swiderska, Pernilla Malmer

Event/workshop report, 48 pages

The International Network of Mountain Indigenous Peoples (INMIP) aims to exchange traditional knowledge and seeds for climate adaptation and food sovereignty and to protect biocultural heritage and farmers’ rights. It currently includes communities from 10 countries in Latin America and Asia, and is coordinated by ANDES (Peru) and IIED (through the SIFOR project – Smallholder Innovation for Resilience).

ANDES and IIED teamed up with the Mountain Society Development Support Programme of the Aga Khan Foundation in Tajikistan and SwedBio at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, to organise the 2nd INMIP learning exchange in Tajikistan on 11–18 September 2015. This report presents the results.

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The International Network of Mountain Indigenous Peoples (INMIP) brings together mountain communities from 11 countries as they seek to revitalise biocultural heritage for climate-resilient and sustainable food systems. IIED provides communications, advocacy and capacity support for INMIP.

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