Biodiversity

Biodiversity and indigenous cultures are facing a 'dual extinction'

There are an estimated 370-500 million indigenous people globally. Image: REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes

Krystyna Swiderska

PhD Candidate in Biocultural Heritage, Coventry University

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Potato Park, Peru. Image: Adam Kerby
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Naxi woman, Stone Village, Yunnan, China. Image: Yiching Song
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Mijikenda Cultural Village meeting, Rabai, coastal Kenya. Image: Krystyna Swiderska
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Day of the Potato celebrations, the Potato Park, Peru. Image: Krystyna Swiderska
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