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Bibliográfia/Bibliography
Allen, W. (2009). Building Transdisciplinarity for Managing Complexity: Lessons from Indigenous Practice.
Anderson, C. (2017). Everyday experts: How people’s knowledge can transform the food system.
ANDES
              Biocultural Heritage Territories (2014) 
              Biocultural Innovations in the Potato Park (2016)
              Cocinando con la agrobiodiversidad de Lares: Libro de recetas. (2018)
              Estudio de Línea de Base de Agro-Biodiversidad y Seguridad Alimentaria (2013)
              Pueblos Indigenas y Cambio Climático en los Andes: Una perspectiva indigena sobre un                  probema global (2014)
              Resilient farming systems in times of uncertainty (2016)
              Technical and Cultural Exchange between the Deccan Development Society and the                          Potato Park and Lares Communities Evaluation Report (2002)
              The Culinary Sanctuary of the Potato Park (2014)
Angé, O. (2018). Interspecies Respect and Potato Conservation in the Peruvian Cradle of Domestication. Conservat Soc; 16:30-40.
Apgar, J.M., Argumedo, A. & Allen, W. (2009). Building Transdisciplinarity for Managing Complexity: Lessons from Indigenous Practice. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. Volume 4, Number 5, pp.255-270.
Argumedo, Alejandro
              Collective Trademarks and Biocultural Heritage: Towards new indications of distinction                  for indigenous peoples in the Potato Park, Peru (2013)
              Community Biocultural Protocols: Building Mechanisms for ABS based on Customary                      Quechua Norms: Access and Benefit Sharing among the Communities of the Potato Park                (2012)
              Decolonising Action Research: The Potato Park Biocultural Protocol for Benefit Sharing                    (2012)
              Entrevista Alejandro Argumedo en Diversidad y Desarrollo Rural. Mundo Rural de                               Tenerife (No. 8), pp 14-17 (2010)
              Why are indigenous people sidelined at UN climate talks? (2014)
Argumedo, A., & Pimbert, M. (2005). Traditional Resource Rights and Indigenous People in the Andes. ANDES, IIED. 
Argumedo, A., & Pimbert, M. (2006). Protecting Indigenous Knowledge Against Biopiracy in the Andes. ANDES, IIED. 
Argumedo, A., & Pimbert, M. (2010). Bypassing Globalization: Barter markets as a new indigenous economy in Peru. Development. 53. 343-349. 10.1057/dev.2010.43.
Argumedo, A., & Stenner, T. (2008). Conserving Indigenous Biocultural Heritage in Peru. Asociacion ANDES. 
Argumedo, A., Swiderska, K., Pimbert, M., Song, Y., & Pant, R. (2011). Implementing Farmers’ Rights under the FAO International Treaty on PGRFA: The need for a Broad Approach Based on Biocultural Heritage. Paper prepared for the Fourth Governing Body of the International Treaty on PGRFA, Bali.
Bélair C., Ichikawa K., Wong B.Y. L., and Mulongoy K.J. (Editors) (2010). Sustainable use of biological diversity in socio-ecological production landscapes. Background to the ‘Satoyama Initiative for the benefit of biodiversity and human well-being.’ Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Montreal. Technical Series no. 52, 184 pages.
Cheong, D. (2011). Social Economy-Based Microenterprise as an Alternative Community Development Model: A case study in rural Peru.  Master’s Thesis.
Clark, S.E., Lapeña, I., & Ruiz, M. (2004). The Protection of Traditional Knowledge in Peru: A Comparative Perspective, 3 Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev. 755.
Collyns, D. (2008). Peru’s Potato Passion Goes Global. BBC News – Ayacucho.
Collyns, D. (2019).  How Peru’s potato museum could stave off world food crisis. The Guardian.
Dano, E. (2019). Plantes et savoirs traditionnels de Lares : Une étude ethnobotanique dans quatre communautés Quechuas des Andes Péruviennes. Montpellier.
Davidson-Hunt, I., Turner, K. & Mead, Aroha & Cabrera-Lopez, Juanita & Bolton, Richard & Idrobo, C. & Miretski, Inna & Morrison, Alli & Robson, James. (2012). Biocultural Design: A New Conceptual Framework for Sustainable Development in Rural Indigenous and Local Communities. S.A.P.I.EN.S. 5. 33-45.
Dutfield, G., Argumedo, A., Swiderska, K., Natural Resources Group. (2015). Designing an effective biocultural heritage indication labelling system. ISBN: 978-1-78431-231-2.
Garrett Graddy, T. (2013). Situating In Situ: A Critical Geography of Agricultural Biodiversity Conservation in the Peruvian Andes and Beyond. https://doi.org/10.1111/anti.12045
Graddy-Lovelace, G. (2013). Regarding biocultural heritage: In situ political ecology of agricultural biodiversity in the Peruvian Andes. Agriculture and Human Values. 30. 10.1007/s10460-013-9428-8.
Greenwood-Sanchez, D. (2011). Escalating Tensions: The Emerging Relationship Between Intellectual Property Rights and Indigenous Rights in Peru. Master’s Thesis. The University of Minnesota.
Grey, S. (2008). Decolonization as Relocalization: Conceptual and Strategic Frameworks of the Parque de la Papa, Qosqo. Master’s Thesis. Trent University. 
Grey, S., & Kuokkanen, R. (2019). “Indigenous gouvernance of cultural heritage : searching for alternative to co-management”. International journal of heritage studies. Victoria, Canada.
Grey, S., & Newman, L. (2018). Beyond Culinary Colonialism: Indigenous Food Sovereignty, Liberal Multiculturalism, and the Control of Gastronomic Capital. Agriculture and Human Values.
Hettler, B. (2011). Conservation Planning and Ecotourism Design. Master’s Capstone Report. State University of New York, Syracuse, NY. 
IIED, & ANDES. (2005). Protecting Community Rights over Traditional Knowledge: Implications of Customary Laws and Practices. Research Planning Workshop, Cusco, Peru.
IIED, & ANDES. (2010). Quechua Farmers of the Potato Park, Pisaq Protecting Community Rights over Traditional Knowledge: Implications of Customary Laws. 
Iles, A. & Montenegro de Wit, M. (2015). Sovereignty at What Scale? An Inquiry into Multiple Dimensions of Food Sovereignty, Globalizations, 12:4, 481-497, DOI: 10.1080/14747731.2014.957587.
Lapeña, I. (2007). Semillas Transgénicas en Centros de Origen y Diversidad. SPDA. Lima, Perú.
Loong Wong, B. & Argumedo, A. (2010).  The Ayllu System of the Potato Park, Cusco, Peru. IPSI.
Loong Wong, B.  & Argumedo, A. (2011). The Thriving Biodiversity of Peru’s Potato Park. Our World, ONU. https://ourworld.unu.edu/en/the-thriving-biodiversity-of-peru-potato-park.
Madden, C. (2019). Criar y Dejarse Criar: Trans-Situ Crop Conservation and Indigenous Landscape Management through a Network of Global Food Neighborhoods. SIT Graduate Institute, USA.
Martí Sanz, N. (2006). La Multidimensionalidad de los sistemas locales de alimentación en los Andes peruanos : los chalayplasa del Valle de Lares (Cusco). Bellaterra : Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
Oxfam. (2016). Putting Lessons Into Practice: Scaling up peoples’ biodiversity management for food security. The Hague: Oxfam Novib.
Oxfam. (2018). El Estado del Patentamiento de Plantas en el Hemisferio Sur.  La Haya: Oxfam Novib.
Oxfam. (2018). The Status of Patenting Plants in the Global South. The Hague: Oxfam Novib.
Oxfam Novib, ANDES. (2016). Nutrition, Coping Strategies, Knowledge and Use of Neglected and Underutilized Species. Cusco.
Oxfam Novib, ANDES, CTDT, & SEARICE, & CGN-WUR. (2013). Building on farmers’ perceptions and traditional knowledge: Biodiversity management for climate change adaptation strategies. Briefing paper. The Hague: Oxfam Novib.
Oxfam Novib, ANDES, CTDT, & SEARICE, & CGN-WUR. (2015). From Lessons to Practice and Impact: Scaling up pathways in peoples’ biodiversity management. Briefing Note. The Hague. Oxfam Novib.
Oxfam Novib, ANDES, CTDT, & SEARICE. (2017). The power to exercise choice: Implementing Farmers’ Rights to eradicate poverty and adapt to climate change. SD=HS Briefing Note no. 3. The Hague: Oxfam Novib.
Oxfam Novib, ANDES, CTDT, & Searice. (2018). Neglected and underutilized species for improved diets. Briefing paper. The Hague: Oxfam Novib.
People’s Knowledge Editorial Collective (Eds). (2017). Everyday Experts: How people’s knowledge can transform the food system. Reclaiming Diversity and Citizenship Series. Coventry: Coventry University.
Pimbert, M. (2006). Transforming Knowledge and Ways of Knowing for Food Sovereignty and Biocultural Diversity. International Institute for Environment and Development (UK). Paper presented at the Endogenous Development and Biocultural Diversity. Geneva, Switzerland.
Pimbert, M., & Marti, N. (2006). Barter Markets: Sustaining people and nature in the Andes. (Brochure). ISBN 1 84369 625 8.
Quispe Ttito, S. (2017). Statement for CoP23. Bonn.
Reid, H., Jones, X., Porras, I., Hicks, C., Wicander, S., Seddon, n., Kapos, V., Rizvi, A., & Roe, D. (2019). Is ecosystem-based adaptation effective? Perceptions and lessons learned from 13 project sites. IIED Research Report. IIED, London.
Reid, H., Hicks, C., Jones, X., Kapos, V., Rizvi, A., & Wicander, S. (2019). Nature-based solutions to climate change adaptation. IIED Briefing. IIED, London.
Rose Giamberso, L. (2014). Climate Change and Peruvian Potato Farming: Traditional Knowledge in Climate Change Adaptation. Robert D. Clark Honors College Department of Environmental Studies. 
Ruiz Muller, M. (2006). The Farmers’ Rights Project – Background Study 3: Farmers’ Rights in Peru – A Case Study. FNI Report 5/2006. ISBN: 82-7613-490-4.
Ruiz Muller, M. (2009). Agrobiodiversity zones and the register of native crops in Peru: Learning from ourselves. Sociedad Peruana de Derecho Ambiental. ISBN: 978-9972-792-68-7.
Ruiz Muller, M. (2010). Intellectual Property, Agrobiodiversity and Gender Considerations Issues and Case Studies from the Andean and South Asian Regions. United Nations Development Programme. 
Sayre, M., Stenner, T., & Argumedo, A.  (2017). You Can’t Grow Potatoes in the Sky: Building Resilience in the Face of Climate Change in the Potato Park of Cuzco, Peru. Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment Vol. 39, Issue 2, pp. 100–108, DOI: 10.1111/cuag.12100.
Silberner, J. (2008). In Highland Peru, a Culture Confronts Blight. NPR.
Smith, C., & Bragdon, S.H. (2016). The relationship between intellectual property rights and small-scale farmer innovations, (Quaker United Nations Office, Geneva).
Stenner, T. (2011). A Historical Overview of Linguistic Imperialism and Resistance in Peru. Journal of Integrated Studies, Vol 1, No 2. 
Stenner, T., Argumedo, A., Ellis, D., & Swiderska, K. (2016). Climate Change Social Learning (CCSL) case study on the repatriation of native potatoes. In “Solving ‘Wicked’ Problems: A compendium of case studies”.
Swiderska, K. (2006). Protecting Traditional Knowledge: A Framework Based on Customary Laws and Bio-Cultural Heritage Comparing and Supporting Endogenous Development. International Conference on Endogenous Development and BioCultural Diversity, Geneva
Swiderska, K. (2016). SIFOR submission to the UNFCCC on agriculture. IIED.
Swiderska, K. (2017). Resilient Biocultural Heritage Landscapes for Sustainable Mountain Development. Fourth Horizontal Learning Exchange of the International Network of
Mountain Indigenous Peoples, Cusco and Potato Park, Peru. http://pubs.iied.org/14670IIED.
Swiderska, K., & Argumedo, A. (2014). Mountain Communities Workshop on Climate Change and Biocultural Heritage. IIED http://pubs.iied.org/14635IIED(2014)
Swiderska, K., & Malmer, P. (2016). Climate change and biocultural adaptation in mountain communities: second international learning exchange of the International Network of Mountain Indigenous People. IIED. ISBN:978-1-78431-298-5. 
Tapia, M. (2013). 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.
Tobin, B. (2001). Redefining Perspectives in the Search for Protection of Traditional Knowledge: A Case Study from Peru. Review of European Community & International Environmental Law, 10: 47-64. doi:10.1111/1467-9388.00260.
Tobin, B. (2013). 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.
UNEP, & EDO NSW. (2013). Community Protocols for Environmental Sustainability: A Guide for Policymakers. UNEP, Nairobi and EDO NSW, Sydney.
Van Epp, M. &  Garside, B. (eds.). (2017). Solving ‘wicked’ problems: can social learning catalyse adaptive responses to climate change? IIED Working Paper. IIED, London.
Visser, B. (2017). The Impact of National Seed Laws on the Functioning of Small-Scale Seed Systems: A Country Case Study. Oxfam Novib, The Hague, The Netherlands.
Walshe, R., & Argumedo, A. (2016). Ayni, Ayllu, Yanantin and Chanincha. The Cultural Values Enabling Adaptation to Climate Change in Communities of the Potato Park, in the Peruvian Andes. https://doi.org/10.14512/gaia.25.3.7.