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The Potential of Indigenous Agricultural Food Production under Climate Change in Hawaiʻi

In this study, spatial distribution models of indigenous agroecosystems in Hawai‘i were developed to identify their potential past distribution, productive and carrying capacities, and future potential under current land-use and mild-to-severe future climate scenarios. The research highlights the food-producing potential of indigenous agriculture even under land-use and climate changes, and the value of their restoration into the future. Read more ▸

Canada

CBD Recognition Guidelines Series No. 64 “Recognising and Supporting ICCAs: Global overview and national case studies”: Canada case study.