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Abstract: ForewordOur life depends on nature and we contribute to nature through nurturing. This symbiotic relationship is something all of us are beginning to understand more and more.Indigenous Peoples' traditional knowledge: In this paper, we take "Indigenous Peoples' traditional knowledge" to denote the cumulative body of knowledge, practices and manifestations maintained and developed by Indigenous Peoples with long histories of interaction with their natural environment. Indigenous contributors to this paper stres… Show more

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“…In their statement, Food sovereignty: a future without hunger (1996), they declared: "Food sovereignty is a precondition to genuine food security". developed by La Vía Campesina, Indigenous peoples also tend to emphasize food sovereignty as a right for Indigenous peoples to choose, to cultivate and to preserve their food practices and endogenous biocultural values (FAO, 2021).…”
Section: Food Sovereignty and Seedsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Peoples and local communities are disproportionately affected as their connection to the land forms the basis of their cultural integrity, livelihood security, food sovereignty, and overall wellbeing. 183 Furthermore, the values and relationships communities have with their territoriesoften based on reciprocity as demonstrated in Box 5-provide observable benefits to the conservation of biodiversity. This concept of reciprocity, or of "living well together", is observed across the Indigenous world.…”
Section: For Indigenous and Local Communities Conservation Is Recipro...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Indigenous self-determination. Different food systems are entangled with different ways of life, highlighting the need to link food security with food sovereignty as it relates to cultural identity, spiritual wellbeing and land stewardship 13 . The marginalization of indigenous food systems is intertwined with colonial legacies of cultural and political domination 14 .…”
Section: Strategies For Conservation Academic Research On Indigenous ...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…To continue supporting the availability of indigenous crops, a shift towards sustainable consumption is crucial. This can be supported by valuing local food chains and shifting towards a more circular food economy (FAO, 2021a). To increase the value and utilization of traditional crops it is crucial to promote them by introducing subsidies, creating brands and changing the narrative around them.…”
Section: Nepalmentioning
confidence: 99%