How can Western conservationists talk to Melanesian landowners about indigenous knowledge?
[Introduction]: Conservation is one of those industries that can easily creep up on us by surprise. I’ve always had a soft spot for nature, but nature is something which anthropologists find it hard to talk about these days. On the other hand, there is no getting away from biodiversity, nor from the huge amount of time, effort and money which has been injected into its conservation over the course of the last decade. During that time, Western conservationists have been engaged in many forms of...[Show more]
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