Mobile pastoralism projects
Mobile pastoralism is hugely important for nature, for the climate as well for culture and spirituality. It is a threatened cultural practice and lifestyle that can be considered as a collective human heritage that we must value and protect.
To help support mobile pastoralism and the communities who are struggling to maintain it, DiversEarth is undertaking research and advocacy to make the case for its importance. We are also working directly with pastoralist communities, particularly with women wool workers, to enhance and diversify their crafting skills through exchange workshops.
Check out our projects and find out about mobile pastoralism and its links with protected areas, World Heritage sites, culture, rural livelihoods and spirituality through our Publications.