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INTEGRATION OF THE INDIGENOUS AND THE SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS FOR CONSERVATION OF BIODIVERSITY: SIGNIFICANCES OF THEIR DIFFERENT WORLDVIEWS AND THEIR WIN-LOSS RELATIONSHIP

@inproceedings{Ruheza2012INTEGRATIONOT,
  title={INTEGRATION OF THE INDIGENOUS AND THE SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS FOR CONSERVATION OF BIODIVERSITY: SIGNIFICANCES OF THEIR DIFFERENT WORLDVIEWS AND THEIR WIN-LOSS RELATIONSHIP},
  author={Sosthenes Ruheza and Zuena Kilugwe},
  year={2012}
}
Conservation of biodiversity to meet needs and aspirations of the present and future generations is a cornerstone for sustainable development. Apparently, integration of the indigenous and the scientific knowledge systems for conservation of biodiversity has been overemphasized as their integration would achieve more than either in their separation. Despite significant documentation of the indigenous knowledge system on conservation of biodiversity, and the emphasis for the integration of the… 
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