Adaption of Local Knowledge Societies and Systems to Global Change

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Titel Adaption of Local Knowledge Societies and Systems to Global Change
Autor Martin, Gary
Mitwirkende Szczesny, Bartosz (Musik)
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DOI 10.5446/4458
Herausgeber Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society (RCC)
Erscheinungsjahr 2011
Sprache Englisch
Produzent Niepytalska, Marta
Hahn, Alec
Produktionsjahr 2011
Produktionsort Munich

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Abstract Carson Fellow und Direktor der Global Diversity Foundation Gary Martin untersucht die kulturellen Implikationen des Naturschutzes, z.B. durch die Gründung von Nationalparks. Er erklärt, wie diese geschützten Gebiete die Lebensgrundlage der Betroffenen beeinflussen, sowie wie die kulturelle und biologische Vielfalt dadurch betroffen ist. Gary Martin ist ethnologischer Ökologe mit Forschungsschwerpunkt auf die Beziehung zwischen biologischer und kultureller Verschiedenartigkeit, sowie die Rolle der Gemeinschaften und ihrer Belastbarkeit.
Carson Fellow Gary Martin examines the cultural implications of conservation designation (i.e. the system of preserving certain areas of land in national parks, or related structures, from outside development). Martin explains how protected areas shape the livelihoods of those who live “next door.” He also considers the way that such structures impact both biological and cultural diversity. Martin is an ethno-ecologist who focuses on the inextricable links between biological and cultural diversity and the role of communities in maintaining socio-ecological resilience. Since 1998 Dr. Martin has been a research fellow and lecturer at the School of Anthropology and Conservation at the University of Kent in Canterbury, UK, and in 2000 he founded the Global Diversity Foundation (GDF).
Schlagwörter Nutzung von Ressourcen
regionale Kulturen
natural resources
national parks
indigenous rights
environmental justice
biological diversity
cultural diversity
resource use

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