ecology

Decoloniality and anti-oppressive practices for a more ethical ecology

Decoloniality and anti-oppressive practices for a more ethical ecology Christopher H. Trisos Jess Auerbach Madhusudan Katti Nature Ecology & Evolution | VOL 5 | September 2021 www.nature.com/natecolevol Ecological research and practice are crucial to understanding and guiding more positive relationships between people and ecosystems. However, ecology as a discipline and the diversity of those...
TRADITONAL ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE TEK

Traditional Ecological Knowledge ‘TEK’ – Why the world has a lot to learn about conservation – and trust – from Indigenous societies

Traditional Ecological Knowledge 'TEK' - Why the world has a lot to learn about conservation – and trust – from Indigenous societies by John Ziker, Professor of Anthropology, Boise State UniversityMany outdoor enthusiasts and sustainability organizations emphasize “leaving no trace.” In fact, people always leave traces, no matter how small. Even footsteps compact the soil and affect plant...
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