Indigenous Territories and Community-Conserved Areas (ICCAs) are increasingly being recognized for their importance in sustaining biodiversity within cultural landscapes occupied by local people with long traditions of natural resource management. As ICCAs are a new concept, they are not generally acknowledged in policies and laws, yet policy provisions that support or tolerate them exist in different national contexts.

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