Langscape Volume 4, Issue 1 Summer 2015
"Biocultural Diversity: The People's Issue!"



With this issue of Langscape magazine, we want to celebrate the growing network of people who have embraced biocultural diversity as a vital, yet increasingly threatened, aspect of life on Earth.  Biocultural diversity is a people's issue: it is up to us to take action to protect and sustain it for present and future generations.

This issue of Langscape is the "People's Issue" - dedicated to YOU!  We want to hear from you, for there is a crucial global dialogue that needs to happen.

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Terralingua Langscape Volume 3, Issue 1
Exploring Biocultural Approaches to Education

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In this issue, guest-edited by Yvonne Vizina,  we explore how both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal philosophies rooted in the interconnection between language, culture, and nature can inspire and shape new and integrative approaches to education, within and outside the school, and how they can contribute to the problem-solving skills, growth, and resilience of humanity in this rapidly changing world.

Join us as we continue to explore Biocultural Diversity as an emerging paradigm in a changing world. We hope you will enjoy journeying with us through this special volume of Langscape, and that you too will share what you learn with others.




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