Mobilisation and revival of indigenous and local knowledge for enhanced ecosystem governance

Stories Whilst each experience is unique, what all of the community research processes have in common is that they are based on the communities’ own identified needs, priorities and methods. Biodiversity, food and culture are the unifying topics. Communities engaged in...  Read more »

The role of multi actor dialogues in key negotiation processes

Stories Earth’s biological resources and their diversity are vital to the well-being of humanity and economic and social development everywhere. Yet, biodiversity is being lost across the planet at alarming rates. Recognising the critical importance of biodiversity, a set of targets...  Read more »

SwedBio and Agenda 2030

Stories The report, “Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” represents a big and unique step for people, planet, prosperity and peace. We have worked behind the scenes and in the corridors of the UN headquarters in New York,...  Read more »

A Multiple Evidence Base approach for equity across knowledge systems

Stories The Multiple Evidence Base (MEB) approach for connecting knowledge systems views indigenous, local and scientific knowledge systems as generating different manifestations of knowledge. When combined, these can generate new insights and innovations for sustainable governance of biodiversity and ecosystem services....  Read more »