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Traditional Ecological Knowledge

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Christian Palmer

on 10 February 2018

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Transcript of Traditional Ecological Knowledge

Traditional Ecological Knowledge
Traditional Ecological Knowledge-
refers to the evolving knowledge acquired by indigenous and local peoples over hundreds or thousands of years through direct contact with the environment (USFWS.gov)
Anthropological Perspectives
Cultural Ecology
Cultural Resource Management
Political Ecology

Etnobotanical Knowledge in Hawaii
Cultural changes with colonization and immigration
Ecological changes with plantation economies and invasive species
Tradition that is dynamic, evolving, and adaptive
Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Resources Management
Community-based conservation
Land ownership and regimes
Intellectual Property Rights and Biopiracy
Lo'i Restoration and Loko I'a Restoration Projects
Christian Palmer, Anthropology
Windward Community College
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