Terralingua Langscape Volume 2, Issue 11: Sacred Natural Sites, Sources of Biocultural Diversity
Luisa Maffi and Ortixia Dilts (eds), Bas Verschuuren and Robert Wild (guest eds), September 2012

A collaboration between Terralingua and the Sacred Natural Sites Initiative, this issue of Langscape explores the interconnections between sacred natural sites and biocultural diversity. Through a combination of stories, photographs, articles, and a diversity of perspectives, the issue introduces the reader to the value of sacred natural sites as valuable sources of biocultural diversity. Sacred natural sites are amongst the oldest places at which intersecting human culture and wild nature have deeply shaped humanity. Their conservation is complex but important not only for the survival of biodiversity and cultural diversity but also for human well-being and life as a whole. Download the issue [pdf] …