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Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies
- promotes in situ conservation of folk crop genetic diversity and sustainable resource use system;
- encourages and promulgates ecologically sensible living, based on local biocultural ethic;
- nurtures traditional cultural and social institutions of nature conservation and traditional bonds of community, which are in the demise with modernization of values; and
- demonstrates how ecological architecture, resource conservation and minimizing waste can weave comfort into frugal living.
The range of CIS activities may be described under the rubrics on the following pages.
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