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Terralingua's ground-breaking books have established the foundations of biocultural diversity as a concept and as a field of knowledge and action, both globally and regionally. They continue to be read and used widely around the world.

  • Safeguarding the Uniqueness of the Colorado Plateau

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    Copyright © 2002
    The Center for Sustainable Environments; Terralingua; Grand Canyon Wildlands Council

    The assessment in the Colorado Plateau was carried out in partnership with Northern Arizona University’s Center for Sustainable Environments, the Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, and the local Native American tribes. It assembled for the first time existing information on the Colorado Plateau from many different fields as well as data from original fieldwork and interviews with a wide range of stakeholders, to provide a snapshot of the state and prospects of biocultural diversity in this unique region of the North American continent.

     

    The assessment in the Colorado Plateau was carried out in partnership with Northern Arizona University’s Center for Sustainable Environments, the Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, and the local Native American tribes. It assembled for the first time existing information on the Colorado Plateau from many different fields as well as data from original fieldwork and interviews with a wide range of stakeholders, to provide a snapshot of the state and prospects of biocultural diversity in this unique region of the North American continent. - See more at: http://www.terralingua.org/blog/2002/07/16/colorado/#sthash.5P1wNX0Y.dpufThe assessment in the Colorado Plateau was carried out in partnership with Northern Arizona University’s Center for Sustainable Environments, the Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, and the local Native American tribes. It assembled for the first time existing information on the Colorado Plateau from many different fields as well as data from original fieldwork and interviews with a wide range of stakeholders, to provide a snapshot of the state and prospects of biocultural diversity in this unique region of the North American continent.
    The assessment in the Colorado Plateau was carried out in partnership with Northern Arizona University’s Center for Sustainable Environments, the Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, and the local Native American tribes. It assembled for the first time existing information on the Colorado Plateau from many different fields as well as data from original fieldwork and interviews with a wide range of stakeholders, to provide a snapshot of the state and prospects of biocultural diversity in this unique region of the North American continent. - See more at: http://www.terralingua.org/blog/2002/07/16/colorado/#sthash.5P1wNX0Y.dpuf
    The assessment in the Colorado Plateau was carried out in partnership with Northern Arizona University’s Center for Sustainable Environments, the Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, and the local Native American tribes. It assembled for the first time existing information on the Colorado Plateau from many different fields as well as data from original fieldwork and interviews with a wide range of stakeholders, to provide a snapshot of the state and prospects of biocultural diversity in this unique region of the North American continent. - See more at: http://www.terralingua.org/blog/2002/07/16/colorado/#sthash.5P1wNX0Y.dpuf
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