When it comes to environmental conservation and sustainable development initiatives in tropical forests, indigenous peoples are key players. They have been described often as either→
What makes indigenous peoples conserve or degrade biodiversity? The experience of the Wachiperi of the Peruvian rainforest provides key elements to understanding indigenous environmental behavior,→
Google Wins Battle in Court
Today, both paper and pens are a ubiquitous and affordable resource. Pens may carry a cultural value when given as special gifts, yet others are discarded at the first sign of malfunction.
Historians have tended to subsume the history of paper within printing and the mass production of books.
El presente artículo identifica diez importantes limitaciones en el componente social de los Estudios de Impacto Ambiental (EIA), cuyo efecto combinado degrada la calidad de→
Discussions about the relationship between indigenous peoples and biodiversity in tropical rainforests have increasingly produced a highly contested landscape. A particular area of debate has→
One of the most widely used methods of socioeconomic data collection employed by international development and environmental conservation organizations is household surveys. The information gathered→
To what extent do regional socioeconomic processes influence the level of ecosystem pressure being exerted by indigenous groups? In Manu National Park, one of the→
Since the beginning of the 21st century, the Matsiguenka community of Palotoa-Teparo has been developing an ecotourism project, seeking socioeconomic integration with the larger society→