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The UNU-IAS Traditional Knowledge Initiative seeks to build greater understanding and facilitate awareness of traditional knowledge (TK) to inform action by indigenous peoples, local communities and domestic and international policy makers. Key outputs include research activities, policy studies, capacity development and online learning and dissemination.

 
Events

Southern African Regional Fire Workshop (Namibia)

Southern African workshop to share information about fire management read more...
Starts: 3/Dec/2014
 

African Fire Learning Exchange (Namibia)

A learning exchange field trip in Namibia to explore savanna burning practices read more...
Starts: 24/Nov/2014
 

2014 World Parks Congress (Sydney)

UNU co-led the Traditional Knowledge and Culture stream at the World Parks Congress in Sydney 2014 read more...
Starts: 12/Nov/2014
 
  Featured Article

2013 Journal Article: Savanna Fire Management

7/Nov/2013
By: Jeremy Russell-Smith et al
2013 Journal Article: Savanna Fire Management
A journal article describing the 'Australian experience' and exploring options for implementing community-based savanna burning emissions reduction projects in other continental savanna settings
read more...
 
  Latest News
16/Sep/2014

UNU Contributes to Future Work of IPCC

UNU makes joint submission to Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change on future work
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29/Aug/2014

Savanna Fire Management Activities in Africa

UNU explores savanna fire management activities in Namibia, Nov-Dec 2014
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7/Apr/2014

UNU Hosts Fire Study Tour with Brazilian Experts

UNU to host Brazilian experts as part of fire management study tour of Northern Australia, May 2014
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