Langscape Magazine is an extension of the voice of Terralingua. It supports our mission by educating minds and hearts about the importance and value of biocultural diversity. We aim to illustrate biocultural diversity through scientific and traditional knowledge, within an appealing sensory context of articles, stories and art. 

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Most Recent Release

Volume 6, Issue 1 - Through a Different Lens: The Art and Science of Biocultural Diversity 

In this issue, we bridge the gap between science and the arts and explore the power of visual and verbal art to convey the idea and practice of biocultural diversity beyond what science can achieve: not just intellectually but also intuitively, in a way that appeals to our emotional intelligence.

The authors of this issue’s articles and photo essays—whether they are scientists or artists, sometimes both—all look at biocultural diversity “through a different lens.” The result is a thought-provoking and visually stunning collection.


To get a taste, take a look at the Editorial and the Table of Contents.


Download and read our sample articles:


People Mapping: Visualizing Sense of Place for Decision Making by Barbara Dovarch

View the Photo Gallery for Barbara Dovarch's article.

Pipelines and the Poetics of Place: Bringing a Fuller Set of Values into Environmental Assessments 
by Nigel Haggan 


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We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Reva and David Logan Foundation and the Kalliopeia Foundations for the production of Langscape Magazine.