Salvaging Nature - Indigenous peoples, protected areas and biodiversity conservation

Salvaging Nature - Indigenous peoples, protected areas and biodiversity conservation

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An analysis of the evolution of Northern concepts of wilderness and biodiversity conservation, demonstrating how mainstream conservationists have sought to impose their culturally bound vision of natural resource management on indigenous peoples without taking account of their rights under international law or their different priorities and perceptions. Originally published in 1994, this is a revised edition incorporating up-to-date material.

ISBN: 9974771978. Pages: 135. Binding: Paperback. Publisher: WRM and FPP. Availability: In stock