Traditional food systems and indigenous people's knowledge about nature must be part of the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework.
Edible wild foods have been an important part of the diet of rural populations around the world, primarily in developing countries. They are also an important safety net and contribute to...
Banning the consumption of wild foods can have positive impacts on nature conservation and on the decrease of zoonotic diseases. But what about communities depending on these resources to survive?
How can we synergize the SDGs to achieve resilient food systems? Watch this seminar with Femy Pinto from the SIANI Expert Group on Wild Foods, Biodiversity and Livelihood to learn more.
Read the transcript from an online dialogue about wild foods, customary tenure rights, traditional food systems and knowledge.
What is the relationship between wild foods, tenure rights, and traditional knowledge? Find out with our Expert Group.
This video presentation uses stories from the field to demonstrate how indigenous communities value and use wild foods and highlight the key challenges they are facing.