4 edition of The cultural cradle of biodiversity found in the catalog.
The cultural cradle of biodiversity
P. S. Ramakrishnan
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|Pagination||x, 243 p. :|
|Number of Pages||243|
|LC Control Number||2008419281|
cultural values of biodiversity and ecosystem services, biodiversity worldwide is being lost, and in some areas at an accelerating rate. 4. OECD WORK ON BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEMS. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has been. The cultural services that ecosystems provide include recreational, aesthetic and spiritual values that are vital to individual and societal well-being. Key public concerns about human impacts on biodiversity include effects on rates of extinction, future options.
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personal viewpoints, this book gives a rich sample of the vast web which makes up our cultural, spiritual and social diversity. The volume highlights the central importance of cultural and spiritual values in the appreciation and preservation of all life and argues that these values give us a true reflection of worth.4/5(1).
Weaving together philosophical, historical, legal, scientific and personal viewpoints, this book gives a rich sample of the vast web which makes up our cultural, spiritual and social diversity.
The volume highlights the central importance of cultural and spiritual values in the appreciation and preservation of all life and argues that these values give us a true reflection of worth. Home; About the Programme. International legal instruments ; Interlinked Diversity; Challenges and opportunities; The Way forward; Partners; Case Studies; Resources.
This book is devoted to the cultural and biological dimensions and values of landscapes, linking the concepts of biodiversity, landscape and culture and presenting an essential approach for landscape analysis, interpretation and sustainable dynamics. culture and biodiversity, initiative to revive and / or strengthen positive links between biodiversity.
The positive links between cultural and biological diversity have been examined from the point of view of individual species, habitats, and landscapes. The practices having. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. Library of Congress Cataloguing-in-Publication data available.
ISBN (hardback) This volume on ‘Cultural and Spiritual Values of Biodiversity’ presents a sample of the vast array of threads that make up the tapestry of our cultural. We are big fans of Sleep Well, Siba & Saba, an important book for celebrating diversity.
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used. Recognizing biodiversity is essential to preserve wildlife. Furthermore, the measure, management and protection of ecosystem biodiversity requires different and innovative approaches. This book is divided in three sections.
The first two correspond to the different levels at which biodiversity can be measured: ecosystems or organisms. Together the cultures of the world create a rich and varied tapestry.
The resulting cultural diversity expands choices, nurtures a variety of skills, human values and worldviews and provides wisdom from the past to inform the future.
Cultural diversity is a mainspring for sustainable development for individuals, communities and countries. Biodiversity & Cultural Diversity Biological diversity refers to all living organisms, their genetic material and the ecosystems of which they are a part.
It is usually described at three levels: genetic, species, and ecosystem. Biological diversity is the cornerstone of sustainable agriculture and world food security. The loss of cultural. Cultural diversity is the quality of diverse or different cultures, as opposed to monoculture, the global monoculture, or a homogenization of cultures, akin to cultural phrase cultural diversity can also refer to having different cultures respect each other's differences.
The phrase "cultural diversity" is also sometimes used to mean the variety of human societies or cultures in a. book entitled ‘Biodiversity’, which is likely to have initiated the widespread use of the word.
Initially the term biodiversity was used more in political forums than scientific ones, progressing over time to become a term used to symbolise the concept of the "richness of.
A cradle: At least some marine species tend to originate in the tropics. A museum: Bivalves, at least, seem to have lower extinction rates in the tropics than they do elsewhere on Earth. A biodiversity engine: Bivalves, at least, seem to mainly originate in the tropics and then spread out from there.
to mobilize cultural diversity to counter biodiversity loss, and; to address ethical dimensions of biodiversity. Societal values, norms and traditions shape our relationships with the living world, and ethics can help us to better understand and, as appropriate, re-orient these relationships.
Ethical questions as they relate to biodiversity. The Cultural Context of Biodiversity: Seen and Unseen Dimensions of Indigenous Knowledge among Q'eqchi' Communities in Guatemala From an anthropological perspective, this book provides an introduction into the complex subject of conservation policies that cannot be addressed without recognising the encompassing relationship between.
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4 Biodiversity Research: The Cultural Context. Human beings have occupied this planet very thoroughly for thousands of years, and few "natural" habitats remain.
The landmasses of the Earth are largely covered by mosaics of habitats that have been altered to a greater or lesser degree by a rich diversity of human action. Some of these areas are. Conserving Biodiversity presents an agenda for research that can provide information to formulate policy and design conservation programs in the Third World.
The book includes discussions of research needs in the biological sciences as well as economics and anthropology, areas of critical importance to conservation and sustainable development.
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The stunning images gives the reader a taste of it's amazing biodiversity and the breathtaking seascapes one can encounter. Biodiversity Identifier biodiversity Mediatype collection Nav_order 50 Num_top_ba 5 Publicdate Search_collection (collection:biodiversity) OR (collection:mobot) Show_hidden_subcollections true Spotlight_identifier halfhoursinfarno00newy Title Biodiversity Heritage Library Title_message Free Books.
But scientists now fear that global warming could further threaten Darwin's cradle of biodiversity, home to many creatures found only on the Galapagos.
Scientific and Cultural .Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair National Park are home to an abundance of wildlife, bird species, and a rich and diverse range of plant life and vegetation, making it the ideal place to catch a glimpse of our indigenous flora and fauna.Ethiopia is a large country with intermingled and inextricable biodiversity.
The presence of varying cultural and historical beauty makes the country one of the best tourist destinations in East.