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Where Biodiversity, Traditional Knowledge, Health and Livelihoods Meet: Institutional Pillars for The Productive Inclusion of Local Communities (Brazil Case Study)

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  • Waldemiro Francisco Sorte Junior

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  • Radhika Lal & Waldemiro Francisco Sorte Junior, 2011. "Where Biodiversity, Traditional Knowledge, Health and Livelihoods Meet: Institutional Pillars for The Productive Inclusion of Local Communities (Brazil Case Study)," Working Papers 81, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
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