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T(r)opical translations: reterritorialising the space of biodiversity conservation

Instone, Lesley


Introduction: This working paper explores the local expression of global environmental narratives. How do universal ideas shape new spaces, subjects and institutions? How do local natures and peoples, in turn, influence and reshape the global narratives themselves? My particular focus is the deployment of discourses of biodiversity in tropical non-Western settings, especially their application in integrated conservation and development projects. The paper questions the dominant global...[Show more]

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Date published: 2003
Type: Working/Technical Paper


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