The terms traditional knowledge an exemplar of a society with a wealth of traditional ecological knowledge (tek), the south american kayapo people. Artbound season 9 returns march 6 watch a preview of the ninth season of artbound, our emmy® award-winning arts and culture series that examines the lives, works. Houde, n 2007 the six faces of traditional ecological knowledge: challenges and opportunities for canadian co-management arrangements ecology and society 12(2): 34. The terms traditional knowledge traditional ecological knowledge handbook : a training manual and reference guide for designing, conducting. Traditional ecological knowledge 2 traditional ecological knowledge acknowledgements many thanks to those who have helped create this document, through advice. Traditional ecological knowledge by deborah mcgregor (article originally published in ideas: the arts and science review, vol 3, no 1, spring 2006. Traditional ecological knowledge kl his series examines how humans are necessary to live in balance with nature and how traditional practices can inspire a.
Local and traditional ecological knowledge (tek) systems are thought to be particularly valuable for fostering adaptation and resilience to environmental and climate. Traditional ecological knowledge (tek) describes aboriginal, indigenous, or other forms of traditional knowledges regarding sustainability of local resources. The role of traditional ecological knowledge in ecosystem services management: the case of four rural communities in northern ghana. Cite this chapter as: berkes f, folke c, gadgil m (1995) traditional ecological knowledge, biodiversity, resilience and sustainability. As the shortcomings of western resource management and conservation begin to magnify, the emergence of traditional ecological knowledge (tek) as a means of a.
77 63 traditional ecological knowledge in nontraditional communities: a case study in jiuzhaigou national park volume 31, number 3 pp 77-95 journal of park and. Traditional ecological knowledge on river herring is an important consideration and can help inform river herring conservation a definition of traditional knowledge. What is tek to begin working with the knowledge held by indigenous communities, it is important to first understand what this knowledge is all about and the terms.
Traditional ecological knowledge (tek) definition knowledge, innovations and practices of indigenous and local communities around the world developed from. Traditional ecological knowledge — intergenerational land stewardship traditional ecological knowledge (tek) is the knowledge base acquired by indigenous and local.
Rist, l, r uma shaanker, e j milner-gulland, and j ghazoul 2010 the use of traditional ecological knowledge in forest management: an example from india. 1 exploring the role of traditional ecological knowledge in climate change initiatives introduction climate change may be a global phenomenon, but the impacts will. Traditional ecological knowledge may be considered as a sub-set of indigenous knowledge, defined as local knowledge held by indigenous peoples or local knowledge.
Us fish & wildlife service working definition of traditional ecological knowledge traditional ecological knowledge, also called by other names including. Traditional knowledge systems a researcher cannot separate out any one aspect or component of native knowledge (eg traditional ecological knowledge. Traditional ecological knowledge: barriers and solutions in canada and british columbia by janelle sakamoto bsc, the university of british columbia, 2011 a thesis. California's native peoples have the tools to live in balance with the rest of nature.