Planting for Change (Chinese language)

iiedclips

Published on Feb 12, 2014

A short film showing how smallholder farmers are adapting to climate change in Southwestern China.

“Planting for Change” tells the story of how farmers in Guangxi and Yunnan provinces have responded to climatic adversity by using their own innovations and biocultural heritage – and by improving this heritage by working with scientists on participatory plant breeding projects.

See http://www.iied.org/supporting-biocul… for more details, or http://www.bioculturalheritage.org.

Extended version:

iiedclips
Published on Feb 12, 2014
An extended version of a short film showing how smallholder farmers are adapting to climate change in Southwestern China.

“Planting for Change” tells the story of how farmers in Guangxi and Yunnan provinces have responded to climatic adversity by using their own innovations and biocultural heritage – and by improving this heritage by working with scientists on participatory plant breeding projects.

Global Climate Change
Environmental Justice
Environment Ethics
Food-Matters

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