Green is my partner 
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CTA. 2002. Green is my partner . Spore 99. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Uncovering the Hidden Harvest
Two more volumes in the People and Plant series. One looks at marrying biodiversity research and traditional knowledge, which have for long co-existed quite separately. It offers practical guidance on partnership building in equitable biodiversity research and prospecting. The other is an accessible guide to the value of the forest in all its diversity: crops, fruits, timber, game and tourism plus less obvious benefits, such as soil protection, carbon sequestration and cultural values. Where shall we be without the forest? Biodiversity and Traditional Knowledge. Equitable Partnerships in Practice By Sarah A Laird, Earthscan, 2002. 546 pp. ISBN 1 85383 698 2 GBP 24.95 Euro 40.10 Uncovering the Hidden Harvest By B M Campbell & M K Luckert, Earthscan, 2002. 280 pp. ISBN 1 85383 809 8 GBP 24.95 Euro 40.10 Earthscan Publications Ltd 120 Pentonville Road, London, N1 9JN, UK. Fax: +44 171 278 11 42 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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