Carlos Velez is a doctoral student at Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS). He explores the the role that Indigenous Traditional Knowledge (ITK) plays in the regulation of wildlife consumption in the Colombian Amazon. He is interested in the unity of knowledge around biodiversity conservation and sustainability for better comprehension/action in socio-ecological contexts. In 2016, he received a merit magister degree for participatory research around the local regulation of wild life use, in an isolated multiethnic tribe in Colombian Amazon.
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