Environmental Ethics

Volume 30, Issue 3, Fall 2008

Integrating Ecological Sciences and Environmental Ethics into Biocultural Conservation in South American Temperate Sub-Antarctic Ecosystems

Uta Berghöfer, Ricardo Rozzi, Kurt Jax
Pages 273-294

Local versus Global Knowledge
Diverse Perspectives on Nature in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve

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