traditional knowledge

  1. knowledge gained through tradition or anecdote
    early peoples passed on plant and animal lore through legend
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  • ‘It speaks very highly of native naturalists and the value of traditional knowledge,’ he added.
  • The value of traditional knowledge and anecdotal information should be recognized by the co-management group.
  • Traditional knowledge is a distinctive system from modern knowledge system, with the characteristics of localization, communality , dynamic and non-novelty.
  • Radkau never really explains the title explicitly, but it is pretty well covered in a look at how well traditional knowledge understood soil. All articles at Blogcritics
  • Government planners and policy makers sometimes overlook this traditional knowledge.
  • In the past, modern scientists have regarded non-Western traditional knowledge as being backward, and no more than a supplier of raw materials for drug discovery and development," he said.
  • Third, there is a growing body of participatory research, with topics ranging from wildlife co-management to the use of traditional knowledge in environmental assessments [2]. Candidate vulnerability case studies for climate change in the Arctic
  • If not respected, revitalised, and protected, traditional knowledge can fall prey to biopiracy… as has repeatedly happened in the last few decades.
  • This study found the traditional knowledge of healing and use of medicinal plants is disseminated through generations by family members.
  • The future export potential of natural Mäori vegetables like taewa, the Mäori potato, and kamokamo (gourd fruit), coupled with the need to capture traditional knowledge, are two issues to be discussed at a meeting in Bulls tomorrow. Latest Massey News
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