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IUCN Grey Literature

Women and wool in Dehesas : Gender overview of the wool supply chain in Spain

This document explores the gender dimensions of cultural practices in the Dehesa region of Spain. Specifically, the report examines the roles, responsibilities, constraints, and opportunities for women pastoralists and women involved in the wool industry.

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2020
IUCN Grey Literature

Value chains in Lebanon's Shouf Biosphere Reserve

This report explores the status of six crops in Lebanon’s Shouf Biosphere Reserve and further provides opportunities and recommendations to grow the value chains of these crops.

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2020
IUCN Grey Literature

Lemnos Island, Greece : Socio-economic sustainability of cultural practices

This document highlights the commercial prospects of several food products in the Greek island of Lemnos. The document further highlights challenges and opportunities related to the market for these products. The executive summary is in English, while the longer document is in Greek.

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2020
IUCN Grey Literature

The role of women in the Shouf Biosphere Reserve, Lebanon

This report explores the role of gender in the division of labour and cultural practices in Lebanon’s Shouf region.

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2020
IUCN Grey Literature

Gender, culture, and sustainability in the Mediterranean

This document provides a review of existing literature around women’s roles in local economies, cultural preservation and environmental conservation in the Mediterranean Basin.

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2020
Non IUCN Publication

Wetland culture in East Asia : A lasting legacy of skills, knowledge and wisdom

East Asia abounds in water, with wetlands in every corner, and the culture of wetlands is entrenched in daily life. The epitome of this is the rice paddy, but there are other traditions as well.

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2015
Non IUCN Publication

Knowledge, parks and cultures

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2013
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Ethno-ornithology : birds, indigenous peoples, culture and society

"An African proverb states that when a knowledgeable old person dies, a whole library disappears. In that light, this book presents knowledge that is new or has not been readily available until now because it has not previously been captured or reported by indigenous people.

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2010
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Street trends : how today's alternative youth cultures are creating tomorro's mainstream markets

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1997
Non IUCN Publication

Our creative diversity : report of the World Commission on Culture and Development

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1996
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Asian perceptions of nature

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1992
Non IUCN Publication

Third world resurgence

This monthly magazine is published by the Third World Network which has its international secretariat based in Penang.

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International relations

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