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Ethnobiologists, Communities, and Collaboration for Conservation 
Sarah Walshaw (Simon Fraser University)
Liz Olson (Southern Utah University)
James R. Welch (Fundação Oswaldo Cruz)
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Monday 25 October, 13:00-14:30

Short Abstract:

Real-world examples of ethnobiologists and local communities working for conservation. Local knowledge and Indigenous knowledge systems are essential to sustainability and conservation, as demonstrated in the case studies presented.

Long Abstract

This session presents recent case studies related to sustainability and conservation, emphasizing the significance of local and Indigenous knowledge systems. Case studies highlight: community-based and applied anthropological research methodologies, interplay between research and policy or governance, and best practices for collaborative conservation efforts.

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