FAO World Important Agricultural Heritage
Agricultural land use, traditional knowledge, agricultural culture that has long been formed and developed while adapting to the local environment;
The purpose of this project is to pass on agricultural landscapes and biodiversity-rich areas.
The conservation of traditional agricultural systems at the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD), South Africa. It was created by the FAO (U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization) with the aim of launching the "GIAHS Initiative."
Contributions to the stabilization of the food livelihood of the local community, self-sufficient agriculture in which supply and exchange take place within the community, and various agriculture for the maintenance of livelihood
Direct to food and agriculture, such as agriculture, fisheries, pasture and forestry?Agricultural biodiversity and genetic resources agricultural biodiversity defined as various animals, plants and microbes used indirectly: Direct to food and agriculture, such as agriculture, fisheries, pasture and forestry?Agricultural biodiversity and genetic resources defined as various animals, plants and microorganisms used indirectly.
An original adaptive technology and management system for species, land, water resources, and natural resources that support livelihood activities such as agriculture and fisheries.
norms and practices that ensure equity in the use and access of resources; community organizations that contribute to the dynamic preservation of the agricultural system.
Landscape or marine landscape that has been developed through interaction between humans and the environment or appears to have evolved slowly as it stabilizes.