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Sistemas importantes del patrimonio agrícola mundial (SIPAM). La biodiversidad agrícola y los ecosistemas resilientes. Prácticas agrícolas tradicionales e identidad cultural

Durante siglos, los agricultores, pastores, pescadores y silvicultores han desarrollado sistemas agrícolas diversos y adaptados localmente, y los han gestionado con técnicas y prácticas ingeniosas que han perfeccionado con el paso de los años. Han sido los responsables de aportar a la humanidad una combinación esencial de servicios sociales, culturales,...
Algeria - China - Iran (Islamic Republic of) - Japan - Mexico - Peru - Republic of Korea - Spain - Sri Lanka - United Republic of Tanzania
2018 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

La agricultura de montaña es agricultura familiar

Una contribución de las zonas de montaña al Año Internacional de la Agricultura Familiar 2014
La agricultura de montaña adopta muchas formas -tan diversas como los paisajes de montaña del mundo– pero continúa siendo en gran medida una agricultura familiar. Estas actividades agrícolas de montaña han alimentado y sustentado tradicionalmente a familias individuales aunque, hoy en día, han comenzado a expandirse cada vez más hacia...
2015 - Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura (FAO)

Actas de conferencia
Sistemas Ingeniosos del Patrimonio Agrícola Mundial: Un Legado para el futuro

Durante milenios, comunidades de agricultores, pastores, pescadores y poblaciones de los bosques han desarrollado sistemas agrícolas complejos, diversos y localmente adaptados. Estos sistemas han sido manejados con combinaciones ingeniosas de técnicas y prácticas de eficacia comprobada, que usualmente han llevado a alcanzar la seguridad alimentaria de las comunidades y la...

Good Practices for the Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas

Euromontana kicks off the year with the publication of its annual booklet of good practices for sustainable mountain development. This publication showcases 10 inspiring initiatives from across Europe (EU and non-EU) collected by Euromontana throughout 2023 to promote initiatives that drive sustainable change in mountain areas. The booklet covers key issues for...
Austria - France - Germany - Italy - Norway - Poland - Romania - Spain - Switzerland
2024 - Euromontana - European Association of Mountain Areas

The guardians of the Blue Mountains coffee

Accompanying the indigenous peoples of the Nilgiris Biosphere Reserve in asserting their rights and commercializing their promucts, while safeguarding the environment, are the focus of the 30-year work of the Keystone Foundation, promoter of the Slow Food Nilgiris Coffee Coalition community together with Aadhimalai Pazhangudiyinar Producer Company Ltd. Specifically, the purpose of the local Coffee Coalition community is to accompany the producers of the Kurumba and Irula peoples in marketing the coffee they harvest in the forest.
The indigenous tribal communities of the Nilgiri Reserve base their economy on the collection and cultivation of forest products (including coffee), handing down their cultural, agricultural and linguistic traditions from generation to generation. Accompanying the indigenous peoples of the Nilgiris Biosphere Reserve in asserting their rights and commercializing their promucts, while...
2023 - Slow Food

Artículo de revista especializada
Indigenous farmers' perception of climate vulnerability, barriers and factors influencing farmers adaptation intention: evidence from mountainous area of Vietnam

Climate change has adversely affected the agriculture of indigenous farmers. Farmers can lessen agricultural losses by using adaptation strategies to climate change. However, the adaptation process depends on several factors, including barriers. This paper examines the farmers’ opinion toward adaptation barriers and tries to identify how the barriers influence farmers’...
Viet Nam

Boletín informativo
Family Farming Knowledge Platform (FFKP) Monthly Digest July 2023

The Family Farming Knowledge Platform (FFKP) Monthly Digest showcases the latest contents uploaded in the FFKP to provide its readers with relevant and up to date information on family farming main themes such as agroecology, smallscale fisheries, pastoralism, indigenous people, and more. For more documents, feel free to search in the...
2023 - FAO

Discover and protect Kitarasa Banana

Slow Food reaffirms its commitment to safeguarding banana biodiversity in East Africa
The Kitarasa Banana is an important element of food culture at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. This banana variety is used to make flour for porridge, to produce a traditional local beer and as mixture with traditional dishes. Nevertheless, Kitarasa producers are decreasing, due to changes in culture, lifestyle, poor...

Living with wildlife in Botswana; Godlop's story #SWMProgramme

This video gives an insight into the SWM Programme work with ranchers and community scouts in the Habu Community Conservancy, which is located in the communal livestock grazing areas of western Ngamiland, Botswana. The video introduces Godlop, a community scout benefitting from the SWM Community Conservancy Project, which is supporting...
2023 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Slow Food Uganda Coffee Festival returns

The event takes place in Mukono Town on May 12 Unlocking community barriers for a profitable and open source agroforestry coffee value chain: this is the leading theme at the 4th Slow Food Uganda Coffee Festival. Slow Food Uganda believes that agroforestry in coffee production is the key to achieving sustainability...

Family Farming in Spain 2023 Yearbook

Agriculture and livestock facing the challenge of climate change. Innovation and entrepreneurship for sustainable progress
In 1994, UPA began the adventure of publishing a Yearbook of Family Farming. The objective was simple, although ambitious: to collect in an annual work the main data, ideas and proposals of this production model, which in the Union of Small Farmers and Ranchers we have defended since our origin. Now,...
2023 - Union of Small Farmers and Ranchers of Spain - Unión de Pequeños Agricultores y Ganaderos (UPA)

Business Incubator and Accelerator for Mountains and Islands

Mountains and islands make up 30 percent of the earth's surface area and are home to approximately 1.3 billion people. Mountain and island communities are among the worst hit by climate change, suffering from high rates of poverty and hunger and struggling to cope with natural disasters. The Mountain Partnership Secretariat...
2023 - The Mountain Partnership Secretariat (MPS)

Documento/nota de orientación
Sustainable soil management in mountain regions

Mountain soils represent a finite, virtually non-renewable resource that provides essential ecosystem services for life on Earth, not only in the mountains but also downstream (FAO and ITPS, 2015). Although the average soil formation rate is not easy to assess, due to the variability of the soil forming factors (Jenny,...

Artículo de boletín informativo
UNESCO nomination of Swedish and Norwegian summer-mountain farming and pastoralism

Summer farming at fäbod and seter – knowledge, traditions and practices related to grazing of outlying lands and artisan food production” to the UNESCO Representative list of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity
The gouverments in Sweden and Norway have nominated the "Summer farming at fäbod andseter – knowledge, traditions and practices related to grazing of outlying lands and artisan food production” to the UNESCO Representative list of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity There are now only 750 active summer- mountain frams in...
2023 - Norsk seterkultur

Artículo de blog
La agricultura regenerativa en la producción de café

No se puede discutir que la demanda de “café sostenible” está en su punto más alto. Ahora, más que nunca, tanto las marcas como los consumidores se dan cuenta de la importancia de cultivar, comprar y beber café que sea social y ambientalmente sostenible. Hay una serie de razones complejas que impulsan este...
2022 - Regeneration International (RI)

Documento/nota de orientación
Traditional mountain landscapes: crucial for meeting biodiversity and climate targets

Traditional mountain landscapes governed by Indigenous Peoples and local communities (IPLCs) conserve unique wildlife and agrobiodiversity, and strongly support climate change adaptation and mitigation by protecting ecosystem services, including grasslands that store almost 50% more carbon than forests. But mountain biodiversity and the Indigenous and traditional peoples that sustain it are...
Bhutan - China - India - Kenya - Kyrgyzstan - Peru - Tajikistan
2022 - International Institute for Environment and Development IIED

Boletín informativo
IIED - Forests newsletter August 2022 Edition

Welcome to the latest edition of IIED’s forests newsletter.We are excited to announce the Forest and Farm Facility (FFF) International Conference, share a story from the FFF's work in Nepal and an Integrated Community Forest Management Monitoring and Evaluation Tool developed by IIED in partnership with the Rainforest Alliance.
2022 - International Institute for Environment and Development IIED

Documento técnico
Registro de actividades y otros datos relevantes Sistemas participativos de ganatia para la produccion organica – cuaderno de trabajo

Este cuaderno práctico, dirigido tanto a productores orgánicos/ecológicos (agricultores, procesadores) como aquellos que han entrado en transición orgánica/ecológica, vinculados acadenas devalor y que trabajan en agroecosistemas de montaña, tiene el objetivo de brindar una herramienta de apoyo para el registro de información importante para la verificación de la calidad orgánica...
2022 - Elaborado por IFOAM - Organics International y la la Secretaría de la Alianza para las Montañas de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura (FAO).

Documento técnico
Low-carbon dairy farm: reducing the climate impact of milk production in the mountains

The Low Carbon Dairy Farm consists of conducting an environmental and technico-economic diagnosis on each farm and identifying potential actions to improve its carbon footprint. The objective is to build a progression strategy in collaboration with the farmer, so that the action plan fits the realities of the farm and...
2021 - Euromontana: the European Association for Mountain Areas

Recarbonizing global soils: A technical manual of recommended sustainable soil management

Hot spots and bright spots of soil organic carbon
During the last decades, soil organic carbon (SOC) attracted the attention of a much wider array of specialists beyond agriculture and soil science, as it was proven to be one of the most crucial components of the earth’s climate system, which has a great potential to be managed by humans....
2021 - Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
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