Traditional and local knowledge in land use planning: Insights into the use of the Akwé: Kon guidelines in Eanodat, Finnish Sápmi

@inproceedings{Markkula2019TraditionalAL,
  title={Traditional and local knowledge in land use planning: Insights into the use of the Akw{\'e}: Kon guidelines in Eanodat, Finnish S{\'a}pmi},
  author={Inkeri Markkula and Minna Turunen and Sini Kantola},
  year={2019}
}
The 1992 Convention on Biological Diversity, Article 8(j) in particular, requires its parties to “respect, preserve and maintain knowledge, innovations and practices of Indigenous and local communities embodying traditional lifestyles.” In Finland, these requirements are, to some extent, fulfilled through application of the Akwé: Kon Voluntary Guidelines, a protocol developed by the CBD for cultural, environmental, and social impact assessment to be applied in regions inhabited or used by… CONTINUE READING

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