Indigenous knowledge, customary use of natural resources and sustainable biodiversity management: Case study of Hmong and Karen Communities in Thailand - 10(c) Case Study

Thailand 10(c): case study of Hmong and Karen communities in Thailand

Indigenous knowledge, customary use of natural resources and sustainable biodiversity management: Case study of Hmong and Karen Communities in Thailand - 10(c) Case Study

This report is the outcome of a participatory research project carried out among four highland communities in Thailand. It provides a unique record of the knowledge, customs and traditions of the Hmong and Karen peoples in their management and sustainable use of natural resources and biodiversity.

Highland Mapping Development and Biodiversity Management Project, Inter-Mountain Peoples' Education and Culture in Thailand Association (IMPECT) with Forest Peoples Programme