"Blue Mountains constantly walking': the re-signification of nature and the reconfiguration of the commons in rural Papua New Guinea.
Conclusion: In conclusion it should be noted that the land and marine areas comprising Lababia’s Wildlife Management Area are a rich, largely undisturbed ecosystem. Despite the fact that commercial fishing has reached a point of unsustainability, the marine environment as a whole still harbours a rich diversity of fish species and other aquatic life. Lababia as a community also deserves recognition for having resisted the offers of mining and logging companies at various times in the past. The...[Show more]
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