- Date de réalisation : 9 Novembre 2017
- Durée du programme : 7 min
- Classification Dewey : Biodiversité. Environnement, protection, conservation
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Change and biodiversity among indigenous peoples in Central African forests
Serge Bahuchet, professor at the National Museum of Natural History, discusses in this video (6'00) the adaptation of hunter-gatherers Aka, living in Africa, to global changes. Although the effects of climate change are still not very perceptible to them, he shows that their harvesting and hunting activities are impacted by socio-economic developments in neighboring territories.