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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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Merelyn helps set up a Latin American School for Food Systems and Resilience

Merelyn Valdivia Díaz (ALLSA 2015 alumna) helps set up a Latin American...

Merelyn Valdivia Díaz (ALLSA 2015 alumna) helps set up a Latin American School for Food Systems and Resilience....

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How GESA impacted my life

Nessie Reid (GESA 2013 alumna) writes about her journey during and after...

Nessie Reid (GESA 2013 alumna) writes about her journey during and after attending the Global Environments Summer Academy in Bern, Switzerland....

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Jahnavi on spinning as a tool for reviving the handloom tradition

Jahnavi Pai (GESA 2014 alumna) on spinning as a tool for reviving...

Jahnavi Pai (GESA 2014 alumna) on spinning as a tool for reviving the handloom tradition....

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Eda creates powerful Ballad For Syria film

Eda Elif Tibet (GESA 2014 alumna) creates powerful Ballad For Syria film....

Eda Elif Tibet (GESA 2014 alumna) creates powerful Ballad For Syria film....

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Anna Varga presents at the 11th Hungarian Conference on Conservation Biology

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Patricia Roche begins position at Table Mountain National Park

Patricia Roche (ALLSA 2015) begins position at Table Mountain National Park....

Patricia Roche (ALLSA 2015) begins position at Table Mountain National Park....

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The Third United Nations Environment Assembly: a growing marketplace for the private sector

Isis Alvarez (GESA 2013 alumna) writes on The Third United Nations Environment...

Isis Alvarez (GESA 2013 alumna) writes on The Third United Nations Environment Assembly: a growing marketplace for the private sector....

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