Indigenous Knowledge, Customary Use of natural Resources and Sustainable Biodiversity Management: Case Study of Hmong and Karen Communities in Thailand



This research project studied the sustainable, customary use of biological resources by highland communities in Northern Thailand. It was undertaken with the objectives of studying the knowledge, customs, and traditions practiced by the Hmong and Karen (Pga K’Nyaw) groups in the management of natural resources and biodiversity, in terms of both the sustainable use and conservation of these resources.

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