3 edition of Indigenous science and technology for sustainable development found in the catalog.
Indigenous science and technology for sustainable development
Contributed papers presented at a national workshop organized by Dept. of Anthropology, Andhra University during 15-17, December 2003.
|Other titles||Indigenous science & technology for sustainable development|
|Statement||edited by V. Subramanyam.|
|Contributions||Subramanyam, V., 1950-, Andhra University. Dept. of Anthropology., Anthropological Survey of India.|
|LC Classifications||GN635.I4 I554 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 357 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||357|
|LC Control Number||2008307022|
The theme of this series has been very carefully chosen: globalization, technology and sustainable development (SD) and the challenges and opportunities this represents for the future generations. Th e series is intended to explore global viewpoints on different issues relating to globalisation, technology and SD and why they are important, and to provoke forward thinking on the development of. Traditional knowledge and practices can make a significant contribution to sustainable development. Most indigenous peoples and traditional communities are situated in areas where the vast majority of the world's biological and cultural diversities are found.
The Arctic is undergoing rapid and dramatic environmental and social transformations due to climate change. This has ramifications for the entire planet, as change spreads through interconnected global networks that are environmental, cultural, economic and political. Today, with the major thrust of. To be sustainable, nature and its endowment need to be linked to human behavior, similar to the practices of indigenous peoples. The River of Life compares the general differences between Native Americans’ and the Western world’s view of resources and provides the nuts and bolts of a sustainability portfolio designed by indigenous peoples/5(2).
Indigenous Knowledge in Development Muhammad Taher Perspectives on Indigenous Technological Knowledge Muhammad Taher1 Introduction The aim of this paper is to make a case for a stronger role for Indigenous Technological Knowledge (ITK) in any future science and technology agenda. Indigenous Science or Health The two-year Associate of Indigenous Science degree program in Environmental or Health Science provides students with a strong foundational coursework through a combination of classroom instruction, laboratory and field experiences.
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Indigenous knowledge is an important natural resource that can facilitate the development process in cost-effective, participatory, and sustainable ways.
The research papers in this volume present the practical knowledge of tribal and rural folks of India in utilization of indigenous science and technologies in their subsistence : $ Indigenous science and technology for sustainable development.
by V. Subramanyam. Rawat Publications pages. Get this from a library. Indigenous science and technology for sustainable development. [V Subramanyam; Andhra University. Department of Anthropology.; Anthropological Survey of India.;] -- Contributed papers presented at a national workshop organized by Dept.
of Anthropology, Andhra University duringDecember Indigenous knowledge systems (IKS) comprises knowledge developed within indigenous societies, independent of, and prior to, the advent of the modern scientific knowledge system (MSKS). Examples of IKS such as Ayurveda from India and Acupuncture from China are well known.
IK covers diverse areas of importance for society, spanning issues concerned with the quality of life - from agriculture and Author: John Tharakan. Traditional Indigenous knowledge and science has aided the development of modern scientific knowledge, and including Indigenous people in science is essential to its : Jesse Popp.
The Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South (COMSATS) is an inter-governmental organization, having a membership of 25 developing countries and one non-state member from three continents, Latin America, Africa and two S&T/R&D institutions of developing countries are affiliated with COMSATS as its Network of International S&T Centers of Founder: Abdus Salam.
Importance of indigenous technology: It provides effective alternatives to western, it gives local people and development workers extra points when designing projects.
They can choose from indigenous knowledge or combination of indigenous and western technology instead of searching only western technologies for the feasible solution. 3 Science, technology and innovation for sustainable development in the global partnership for development beyond A post agenda for development: EnsuringFile Size: KB.
Indigenous Peoples and the Agenda. The United Nations General Assembly adopted the Agenda for Sustainable Development titled “Transforming Our World: the Agenda for Sustainable.
Books shelved as sustainable-development: Hot, Flat, and Crowded: Why We Need a Green Revolution – and How It Can Renew America by Thomas L. Friedman, Do. Indigenous Science (IS) in this book refers to the science knowledge of all peoples who, as participants in culture, are affected by the worldview and interests of their home communities and homelands.
Ogawa () proposes that every culture has its own science and refers to the science of a given culture as its “indigenous science” (p. ).Author: Gloria Snively, Wanosts'a Lorna Williams.
Chapter 3 – “Coming to Know”: A Framework for Indigenous Science Education Wanosts’a7 Lorna Williams and Gloria Snively. In developing a framework for Indigenous Science education, we explore the assumptions and beliefs that form the basis of an Indigenous : Gloria Snively, Wanosts'a Lorna Williams.
Sustainable Development Goals Targets and respectively aim to “Enhance North-South, South-South and triangular regional and international cooperation on and access to science, technology and innovation and enhance knowledge sharing on mutually agreed terms, including through improved coordination among existing mechanisms, in.
Learning from Indigenous Knowledge. Our Learning from Indigenous Knowledge initiative brought together researchers from MSDI and Indigenous leaders to study how the deep knowledge of the Yorta Yorta people could be used to help strengthen their community’s participation and influence in the complex processes that determine how their traditional lands in the BarmahMillewa are managed, and.
To productively engage indigenous knowledge in development, we must go beyond the dichotomy of indigenous vs. scientific and work towards greater autonomy for indigenous peoples." View Show abstractAuthor: John P Tharakan. INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AS A KEY TO SUSTAINABLE. Science and Technology incorporate indigenous knowledge into climate change adaptation policies and strategies.
Sustainable Development Goals. indigenous knowledge - formal knowledge and sustainable rural development, and then, described the role of indigenous knowledge in sustainable rural development. Concepts Indigenous knowledge and formal knowledge There are other names for indigenous knowledge (IK) such as local knowledge, indigenous technical knowledge and traditional Size: KB.
Indigenous knowledge is the basis for local level decision-making in food security, human and animal health, education, NRM, and other vital economic and social activities.
Agricultural and social scientists have been aware of the existence of IK since colonial times, but from the early s understanding of farmers’ practices as rational and valid has rapidly gained ground. while sustainable development refers to the many processes and pathways to achieve it (e.g.
sustainable agriculture and forestry, sustainable production and consumption, good government, research and technology transfer, education and training, etc.). Principles of Sustainable Development All sustainable development programmes must consider the. The Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Sustainable Development: A Case Study of The Vietnam Mountain Regions Tran Chi Trung 1, Le Xuan Quynh 2 and Vu Van Hieu 2 INTRODUCTION Vietnam has 54 ethnic groups, of which 50 groups are living in the uplands.
These ethnic minorities have lived for many centuries practising complex cultural norms and rules File Size: KB. Indigenous peoples are the native ethnic groups, who are descended from and identified with the original inhabitants of a region, in contrast to groups that have settled, occupied, or colonized the area more recently.
This book entitled Indigenous People is an attempt to bring out the analysis of indigenous environment, indigenous technical knowledge, indigenous resource governance, and.The MAAS Indigenous Sciences Symposium is dedicated to honouring the next generation of Indigenous scientists and those supporting their development.
Standing on the shoulders of our Ancestors we celebr years of technological advancement and eco-sustainable practices. A key focus for the gathering is the discussion of ethical frameworks around Indigenous scientific .SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: QUALITY OF RESEARCH IN R&D INSTITUTIONS N.M.
Butt* ABSTRACT Science and Technology in a country is an essential requirement for a strong economy and security needs of any country. The countries having strong and meritable S&T institutions are indeed theFile Size: KB.