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Livestock Dung Use in Steppe Pastoralism

Renewable Resources, Care, and Respect for Sentient Nonhumans

Victoria Soyan Peemot

mobile pastoralism in the Tyva Republic. I pointed out how livestock dung use can be framed in environmental conditions and biodiversity in steppe pastoralism (lack of firewood and abundance of cattle and sheep dung). By this, I revealed how the value and

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Black as Drought

Arid Landscapes and Ecologies of Encounter across the African Diaspora

Brittany Meché

that both ignored centuries of indigenous life building in these areas and also undermined the robustness of biodiversity in arid landscapes. Betsy Hartmann contends “Neo-Malthusian assumptions became increasingly prominent from the 1960s on, serving as

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Waiting for the Inevitable

Permanent Emergency, Therapeutic Domination and Homo Pandemicus

Laurence Mcfalls and Mariella Pandolfi

-promotion-of-difference-is-the key-to-the-well-being-of-all (bio)diversity discourse on the left, the politics of survival 6 have, of course, grown to be literal in the time of pandemic. Politics has boiled down to the question of life or death. And this time the question is

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Victoria C. Ramenzoni and David Yoskowitz

included a varied collection of economic, ecological, and social attributes such as social and economic capital, economic growth and performance, life quality measures, human well-being and development, impact assessment, and pollution and biodiversity

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Landscapes and Races in Early Twentieth-Century Peru

The Travels of José Uriel García and Aurelio Miró Quesada Sosa

Rupert J. M. Medd

understand that water afforded a complete experience involving sound, touch, sight, smell, and delight, and also consisted of physical and religious entities. He principally portrayed the selva as wild, exciting, savage, and a maze of biodiversity. It was a

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Timo Pankakoski and Antto Vihma

fragmentation, for example, in international trade law, 6 global environmental governance, 7 the climate regime, 8 the biodiversity regime, 9 and the World Health Organization. 10 It is no coincidence that the focus on fragmentation in legal science emerged

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Performance, Power, Exclusion, and Expansion in Anthropological Accounts of Protests

Aet Annist

other legal measures, such as the obligation to protect biodiversity (see also Mazullo 2013 ); in Belarus, the protesters struggle against the authoritarian government (Minchenia). It is equally important to understand the internal divisions in

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Appropriate Targets

Global Patterns in Interaction and Conflict Surrounding Cetacean Conservation and Traditional Marine Hunting Communities

Florence Durney

Biodiversity, which has done specific, if problematic, work to include the rights of indigenous peoples in recent decades (see Reimerson 2013 ). Instead, the disempowerment of indigenous and traditional cetacean hunting communities can be interpreted as

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Francesc Bellaubi

practically no mineral salts, leaving it soft; it has medicinal properties because of radon springs in the area. Weisberg and Zakharov (2001) documented the outstanding biodiversity around Lake Turgoyak. Close to the Mashgorodok neighborhood of Miass city

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Out of Place in Outer Space?

Exploring Orbital Debris through Geographical Imaginations

Hannah Hunter and Elizabeth Nelson

interventions of humans ( Cockell and Horneck 2006 ; Miller 2001 ). However, orbital space seems to lack the speculative and charismatic biodiversity that planetary protection protocols seek to protect ( Rand 2016 ). To evoke the protection of orbital space as