Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific

Shifting cultivation can be sustainable if managed properly and environmentally sound

Chiang Mai, Thailand, 28 Aug 2014 -- In order to support indigenous communities that are depending on shifting cultivation, it is first and foremost necessary to recognize that it is more than just farming practices or farming systems, it is a form of historically sustained livelihood systems and landscape management that is closely connected to the traditional culture and way of life of the communities, a [more...]


 
 

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