Linking Journalism with the Web of Life
IIED’s ‘Make Change Happen’ podcast provides an opportunity to hear our researchers and guests discuss key global development challenges and explain what we are doing to support positive change.
In this episode of Make Change Happen, we explore the concept of 'biocultural heritage', which comes from the lived experience of Indigenous Peoples, and is critical to the success of the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework up for negotiation in Kunming later this year.
Hosted by Liz Carlile, this podcast features IIED’s principal researcher Krystyna Swiderska; Alejandro Argumedo, Quechua native from southern Peru and coordinator of the International Network of Mountain Indigenous Peoples (INMIP); Pierre Du Plessis, expert advisor in the Convention on Biological Diversity from Namibia; and Joji Carino, Ibaloi Igorot from the Philippines, senior policy advisor with Forest Peoples programme, and Indigenous Peoples’ negotiator on biodiversity.
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