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Learning Event No 13, Session 2, ARDD 2011: How can pastoralist traditional knowledge be combined with atmospheric science and contribute to adaptation policy making?

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How can pastoralist traditional knowledge be combined with atmospheric science and contribute to adaptation policy making? Presentation by Giacomo Rambaldi

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Learning Event No 13, Session 2, ARDD 2011: How can pastoralist traditional knowledge be combined with atmospheric science and contribute to adaptation policy making?

  1. 1. How can pastoralist traditional knowledge be combined withatmospheric science and contribute to adaptation policy making? Giacomo Rambaldi
  2. 2. Evidence of impact1. World Meteorological Association (WMO) now actively seeking to establish proactive links with holders of traditional knowledge (farmers, pastoralists fishing communities, and hunter gatherers)2. Diverse communities of natural resource users participate in national adaptation platforms and regional climate outlook forums
  3. 3. Going to scale1. National Adaptation Plans (NAPs) in place, which recognise the value and authority of traditional knowledge2. scientific and traditional predictive knowledge systems are used synergistically in climate change adaptation policy making, review and monitoring3. Governance issues and rights going beyond impact of climate change are addressed

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