"In 1992, in a remote mountain range, a team of scientists discovered the remains of an unusual animal with beautiful long horns. It turned out to be a living species new to western science -- a saola...
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The cultural context of biodiversity conservation: seen and unseen dimensions of indigenous knowledge among Q'eqchi' communities in Guatemala
How are biological diversity, protected areas, indigenous knowledge, and religious worldviews related? From an anthropological perspective, this book provides an introduction into the complex subject...
"In wildlife conservation work, rewilding -- to make wild once again -- refers to the creation of corridors between preserved lands that allow declining populations to rebound. Marc Bekoff, one of our...
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Cameroon's tropical forest is home to numerous plants and animals. It is also inhabited by Baka pygmies who are foragers and Bantu farmers. These communities have developed forest-dependent livelihood...
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The continuing devastation of the world's tropical rain forest affects us all spurring climate change, decimating biodiversity, and wrecking our environment's resiliency. Millions of worried people ar...