Between democracy and the market: conservation along the southern Andes (Argentina and Chile) Panel Presented at the Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI) meeting 2021: Anthropology & Conservation Since the 1990s, the southern Andes along the Argentinean-Chilean border has seen an unprecedented growth of public and private conservation projects. Such growth has contributed to the transformation of this area from a remote natural resource frontier, whose economic and political... Continue Reading →

Concepts for Conservation Ethics – A Toolkit

This toolkit provides with concepts to think with for a more ethical conservation -its practices, scholarship, and futures.- The concepts are crafted by students in the course Conservation Ethics at William & Mary. Affect Anthrophobia Arrogance (experts) Biopolitics Ecological Colonialism Environmental Kin Study Mastery of Nature Reciprocity Sharing Suffering Utilitarianism Wilderness

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