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Can the Cenotes be Saved? Biocultural Conservation in Yucatan, Mexico

In her article, Yolanda introduces cenotes (from the Mayan word d’zonot, “sinkhole”), its...

In her article, Yolanda introduces cenotes (from the Mayan word d’zonot, “sinkhole”), its cultural and spiritual values, and what inspired her to direct her efforts to caring about what surrounds her:...

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Developing learning materials to strengthen the Tojol-Ab’al language

NACELE 2017 participant Maribel Hernández López developed a language revitalisation undergraduate thesis project,...

NACELE 2017 participant Maribel Hernández López developed a language revitalisation undergraduate thesis project, and developing learning materials to strengthen the Tojol-Ab’al language. ...

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GEN at the Conservation Optimism Summit

With support from the Alumni Innovation Fund, GESA alumni reconvened at the Conservation Optimism...

With support from the Alumni Innovation Fund, GESA alumni reconvened at the Conservation Optimism Summit in London (April, 2017) to present at a GEN hosted session titled New Generation of Environmental Leaders Embrace Whole...

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Tony builds a Navajo Lamb Meat Cooperative 

Tony Skrelunas, Navajo member raised in Big Mountain, Dine Nation, United States...

Tony Skrelunas, Navajo member raised in Big Mountain, Dine Nation, United States tells of his plans to build a Navajo Nation Lamb Meat Cooperative....

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Brian shares his adventures in South Sudan

Brian Harding (GESA 2013) shares his experience of working with the United...

Brian Harding (GESA 2013) shares his experience of working with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in South Sudan....

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Vanesa tells us of her adventures

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A NEW GEN member profile: Camila Saldías Ruiz (ALLSA 2015)

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Carlos shares his experiences from the Yaqui Tribe territory, Mexico

Carlos Del Campo (Mexico Biocultural Territories Coordinator) had the opportunity to visit...

Carlos Del Campo (Mexico Biocultural Territories Coordinator) had the opportunity to visit the Yaqui Tribe territory (Mexico) three times between 2017 and 2018....

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Thiago tells us of his research stories

Thiago Gomes (GESA 2013; Brazil), an ethnoecologist working in Brazil, shares an...

Thiago Gomes (GESA 2013; Brazil), an ethnoecologist working in Brazil, shares an update on his work. ...

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Aili spends six weeks in South America

Aili Pyhälä (GESA 2015; Finland) continues her work with community-based conservation....

Aili Pyhälä (GESA 2015; Finland) continues her work with community-based conservation....

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Assessing local-scale inclusive wealth: a case study of Sado Island, Japan

Yuki Yoshida (GESA 2013) and her advisers make a case for the...

Yuki Yoshida (GESA 2013) and her advisers make a case for the reevaluation of societal assets to place greater emphasis on the maintenance of rural areas....

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Food Studies Program at Osaka Shoin

Shingo Hamada (GESA 2011) and the Food Studies Program at Osaka Shoin....

Shingo Hamada (GESA 2011) and the Food Studies Program at Osaka Shoin....

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