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Folk Filmmaking: A Participatory Method for Engaging Indigenous Ethics and Improving Understanding
Adam Pérou Hermans Amir
On an assignment to produce videos promoting Cross River gorilla conservation to indigenous communities in Nigeria and Cameroon, I invited community members to join me. I followed decolonising and f...
When Race and Social Equity Matters in Nature Conservation in Post-apartheid South Africa
Regis Musavengane, Llewellyn Leonard
Current academic literature examining race and nature conservation in South Africa has relied mainly on secondary data analysis while neglecting the voices of local communities. This article draws o...
Multi-stakeholder Platforms and Protected Area Management: Evidence from El Vizcaíno Biosphere Reserve, Mexico
This article analyses the potentials and limitations of multi-stakeholder platforms (known as advisory councils in Mexico) involved in protected area and resource management in peripheral regions. Q...