Archivo mensual: Julio 2018

2015

Biocultural Innovations in the Potato Park: SIFOR qualitative baseline study, Peru Sovereignty at What Scale? An Inquiry into Multiple Dimensions of Food Sovereignty. In Globalizations
Intersections of local ontologies and the market economy through rural community tourism: A case study of Amaru village in Southern Andes, Peru From Lessons to Practice and Impact: Scaling up pathways in peoples’ biodiversity management. Briefing Note

2014

The Culinary Sanctuary of the Potato Park Biocultural Heritage Territories
Pueblos Indigenas y Cambio Climático en los Andes: Una perspectiva indigena sobre un probema global Why are indigenous people sidelined at UN climate talks?
Designing an effective biocultural heritage indication labelling system: consultation document Climate Change and Peruvian Potato Farming: Traditional Knowledge in Climate Change Adaptation
Mountain Communities Workshop on Climate Change and Biocultural Heritage

2013

Collective Trademarks and Biocultural Heritage: Towards new indications of distinction for indigenous peoples in the Potato Park, Peru Situating In Situ: A Critical Geography of Agricultural Biodiversity Conservation in the Peruvian Andes and Beyond

Regarding biocultural heritage: In situ political ecology of agricultural biodiversity in the Peruvian Andes. In Agriculture and Human Values Building on farmers’ perceptions and traditional knowledge: Biodiversity management for climate change adaptation strategies
Agrobiodiversity and food security: Scaling Up Innovations for Building People’s Capacities to Respond to Climate Change: Conceptual and Methodological Development for a Baseline Survey. Technical Report.  Guardians of the Seed: The role of Andean farmers in the Caring and Sharing of Agrobiodiversity. In E. K. and G. Winter (Ed.), Common Pools of Genetic Resources
Protocols for Environmental Sustainability: A Guide for Policymakers

2012

Decolonising Action Research: The Potato Park Biocultural Protocol for Benefit Sharing Community Biocultural Protocols: Building Mechanisms for ABS based on Customary Quechua Norms: Access and Benefit Sharing among the Communities of the Potato Park. 
A New Conceptual Framework for Sustainable Development in Rural Indigenous and Local Communities Using Biocultural Community Protocols to Implement MEAs and UNDRIP at the Local Level for Sustainable Development

2010

The Ayllu System of the Potato Park. In Caroline Bélair, Kaoru Ichikawa, Bernard Yun Loong Wong & Kalemani Jo Mulongoy (Eds.), Sustainable Use of Biological Diversity in Socio-Ecological Production Landscapes Entrevista Alejandro Argumedo en Diversidad y Desarrollo Rural. Mundo Rural de Tenerife (No. 8), pp 14-17

Bypassing Globalization: Barter Markets as a New Indigenous Economy in Peru. Development, 53(3), 343-349 Intellectual Property, Agrobiodiversity and Gender Considerations: Issues and Case Studies from the Andean and South Asian Regions. New York: United Nations Development Program

2009

Delaration on Agrobiodiversity Conservation and Food Sovereignty Building Transdisciplinarity for Managing Complexity: Lessons from Indigenous Practice
Quechua Farmers of the Potato Park, Pisaq Protecting Community Rights over Traditional Knowledge: Implications of Customary Laws and Practices

Agrobiodiversity Zones and the Register of Native Crops in Peru: Learning from Ourselves. Miraflores: Sociedad Peruana de Derecho Ambiental

2008

Association ANDES: Conserving Indigenous Biocultural Heritage in Peru Gatekeeper Peru’s Potato Passion Goes Global. BBC News – Ayacucho Retrieved 1 June 2011
Farmers’ Rights in Peru: A Case Study (Background Study 3) The Farmers’ Rights Project In Highland Peru, a Culture Confronts Blight. On NPR program All things considered

 

2006

Protecting Indigenous Knowledge against Biopiracy in the Andes

Barter Markets: Sustaining people and nature in the Andes

Transforming Knowledge and Ways of Knowing for Food Sovereignty and Biocultural Diversity. Paper presented at the Endogenous Development and Biocultural Diversity: The INterplay of Worldviews, Globalisation and Locality, Geneva Protecting Traditional Knowledge: A Framework Based on Customary Laws and Bio-Cultural Heritage Comparing and Supporting Endogenous Development