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From Biocultural Homogenization to Biocultural Conservation

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To assess the social processes of globalization that are changing the way in which we co-inhabit the world today, this book invites the reader to essay the diversity of worldviews, with the diversity of ways to sustainably co-inhabit the planet. With a biocultural perspective that highlights planetary ecological and cultural heterogeneity, this book examines three interrelated themes: (1) biocultural homogenization, a global, but little perceived, driver of biological and cultural diversity loss that frequently entail social and environmental injustices; (2) biocultural ethics that considers –ontologically and axiologically– the complex interrelationships between habits, habitats, and co-inhabitants that shape their identity and well-being; (3) biocultural conservation that seeks social and ecological well-being through the conservation of biological and cultural diversity and their interrelationships.

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FOREWARD

Jerry Franklin

 

Chapter 1. From Biocultural Homogenization to Biocultural Conservation: A Conceptual Framework to Reorient Society Toward Sustainability of Life

Ricardo Rozzi, Roy H. May, Jr., Terry Chapin, Francisca Massardo, Michael C. Gavin, Irene J. Klaver, Anibal Pauchard, Martin Núñez, Dan Simberloff

 

 

PART I. BIOCULTURAL HOMOGENIZATION

 

Chapter 2. Biocultural Homogenization: a wicked problem in the Anthropocene   

Ricardo Rozzi

 

Chapter 3. Re-Claiming Rivers from Homogenization: Meandering and Riverspheres

Irene J. Klaver

 

Chapter 4. Biostitutes and Biocultural Conservation: Empire and Irony in the Motion Picture Avatar

Bron Taylor  

 

Chapter 5. The Political Ecology of Land Grabs in Ethiopia  

Fouad Makki

 

Chapter 6. The Ongoing Danger of Largescale Mining on the Rio Doce: an Account of Brazil’s Largest Biocultural Disaster

Haruf Salmen Espindola and Claudio Bueno Guerra 

 

Chapter 7. Land Grabbing and Violence against Environmentalists 

Roy H. May Jr.

 

Chapter 8. The Changing Role of Europe in Past and Future Alien Species Displacement

Bernd Lenzner, Franz Essl, and Hanno Seebens

 

Chapter 9. Dürer’s Rhinoceros: Biocultural Homogenization of the Visual Construction of Nature

J. Miguel Esteban

 

Chapter 10. Biocultural Exoticism in the Feminine Landscape of Latin America   

Angelina Paredes-Castellanos y Ricardo Rozzi  

 

Chapter 11. Biocultural Homogenization in Modern Philosophy: David Hume's noble Oyster

Ricardo Rozzi

PART II. BIOTIC HOMOGENIZATION

 

Chapter 12. Nature, Culture, and Natureculture: The Role of Nonnative Species in Biocultures

Daniel Simberloff 

 

Chapter 13. Why Some Exotic Species are Deeply Integrated into Local Cultures While Others are Reviled

Martin A. Nuñez, Romina D. Dimarco, and Daniel Simberloff

 

Chapter 14. Fur Trade and the Biotic Homogenization of Sub-polar Ecosystems   

Ramiro D. Crego, Ricardo Rozzi & Jaime E. Jimenez 

 

Chapter 15. Non-native Pines are Homogenizing the Ecosystems of South America

Rafael A, García, Jorgelina Franzese, Nahuel Policelli, Yamila Sasal, Rafael Zenni, Martín Nuñez, Kimberley Taylor, Aníbal Pauchard

 

Chapter 16. Biotic Homogenization of the South American Cerrado

Rafael Dudeque Zenni, Rafaela Guimarães, and Rosana Tidon

 

Chapter 17. Taxonomic and Phylogenetic Homogenization across US National Parks - The Role of Non-Native Species

Daijiang Li, Julie L. Lockwood, and Benjamin Baiser

 

Chapter 18. Homogenization of Fish Assemblages off the Coast of Florida 

Alexandrea Dagmar Safiq, Julie L. Lockwood, and Jeffrey Brown

 

 

PART III. BIOCULTURAL CONSERVATION

 

Chapter 19. Biocultural Conservation and Biocultural Ethics

Ricardo Rozzi  

 

Chapter 20. The U.N. Sustainable Development Goals and the Biocultural Heritage Lacuna: Where is Goal Number 18?

Alexandria K. Poole

 

Chapter 21. Suma qamaña or Living Well Together: A Contribution to Biocultural Conservation          

Xavier Albó

 

Chapter 22. Biocultural Approaches to Conservation: Water Sovereignty in the Kayapó Lands 

Laura Zanotti

 


 

Chapter 23. Biocultural Diversity and Ngöbe People in the South Pacific of Costa Rica   

Felipe Montoya-Greenheck

 

Chapter 24. Candomblé in Brazil: The Contribution of African-origin Religions to Biocultural Diversity in the Americas

Paulo José dos Reyes (Pai Paulo José de Ogun) and Silvia Regina da Lima Silva

 

Chapter 25. Latin American Theology of Liberation and Biocultural Conservation

Roy H. May Jr. & Janet W. May

 

Chapter 26. The Dynamics of Biocultural Approaches to Conservation in Inner Mongolia, China

Ruifei Tang and Michael C. Gavin

 

Chapter 27. Challenging Biocultural Homogenization: Experiences of the Chipko and Appiko Movements in India

Pandurang Hegde and George James

 

Chapter 28. Revitalizing Local Commons: A Democratic Approach to Collective Management  

Mitsuyo Toyoda

 

Chapter 29. The Garden as a Representation of Nature: A Space to Overcome Biocultural Homogenization?

Tetsuya Kono


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