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Nature and Culture : Rebuilding Lost Connections

Nature and Culture : Rebuilding Lost Connections

Publisher: [Erscheinungsort nicht ermittelbar] : Routledge, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This book goes beyond divisive definitions and investigates the bridges linking biological and cultural diversity. The international team of authors explore the common drivers of loss, and argue that  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9780415813549 0415813549
OCLC Number: 827093744
Description: 296 Seiten
Contents: 1. Nature and Culture: An Introduction Part 1: Science in Practice 2. Bridging the Gap: Interdisciplinarity, Biocultural Diversity and Conservation 3. Measuring Status and Trends in Biological and Cultural Diversity Part 2: Landscape and Diversity 4. No Land Apart: Nature, Culture, Landscape 5. From Colonial Encounter to Decolonizing Encounters. Culture and Nature seen from the Andean Cosmovision of Ever: the Nurturance of Life as Whole 6. The Dual Erosion of Biological and Cultural Diversity: Implications for the Health of Eco-Cultural Systems Part 3: Hunting 7. Biodiversity and Cultural Diversity: The Interdependent and the Indistinguishable 8. Challenging Animals: Project and Process in Hunting Part 4: Agriculture 9. Culture and Agrobiodiversity: Understanding the Links 10. Food Cultures: Linking People to Landscapes Part 5: Reconnection 11. Sacred Nature and Community Conserved Areas 12. Solastalgia and the Creation of New Ways of Living 13. EcoCultural Revitalisation: Replenishing Community Connections to the Land 14. Nature and Culture: Looking to the Future for Human-Environment Systems Index
Responsibility: Pilgrim, Sarah;Pretty, Jules N.


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'This richly textured book tells vitally important stories about how indigenous cultures are closely tied to the ecosystems they inhabit. As their societies are harassed by encroaching and usually Read more...

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