Month: September 2012

Value of Bicultural Protocols for the Concerened Communities


Value of Bicultural Protocols for the Concerened Communities Biocultural community protocol (BCP) is the documentation of bio-assets, prodution systems, history, heritage, traditional knowledge (TK), landscape, culture and products of the relevant community. BCP empowers communities and giving voice to local/native communities, especially pastorlaistsĀ  (In line with rights-based policy). It develop […]

Bactrian camel in Central Sweden


Bactrian camel in Central Sweden The camel farm (Gyttorp, central Sweden) consists of 3 camels; named as Kalle, Karlsson, and Anna owned by a couple, Inger Haglund and her husband Per-Ola Magnusson. The camel depends on berry bushes, grasses, and trees for food. The couple is heading this small herd […]

Livestock for Futures and Global Agenda of Action (GAA)


Livestock for Futures and Global Agenda of Action (GAA) There is ever increasing demand for meat, milk and other livestock products because of crawling urbanization, developing economies, population pressure and awareness about livestock based food stuffs (contrary to developed countries, where the people are minimizing usage of animal products, especially […]