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❴BOOKS❵ ✯ Sacred Ecology Author Fikret Berkes – Tyrakel.de Ecology has always had its roots in conventional science with an emphasis on the uantitative aspects of assessment and use However since the 1980s the field has broadened to encompass a holistic visioEcology has always had its roots in conventional science with an emphasis on the uantitative aspects of assessment and use However since the 1980s the field has broadened to encompass a holistic vision of the earth as a system of interconnected relationships A major issue today is how humans can develop a acceptable relationship with the environment that supports them With this comes a renewed interest in the traditional ecological knowledge of indigenous peoples as a source of valuable information on how to best utilize and respect our natural resourcesGrowing interest in traditional ecological knowledge is perhaps indicative of two things the need for ecological insights from indigenous practices of resource use and the need to develop a new ecological.

Ethic in part by learning from the wisdom of traditional knowledge holders This book explores both of these ideas together specifically in the context of natural resource management It discusses the importance of traditional knowledge for complementing scientific ecology and its cultural and political significance for indigenous groups themselvesDr Berkes approaches traditional ecological knowledge as a knowledge practice belief complex This complex considers four interrelated levels local knowledge species specific; resource management systems integrating local knowledge with practice; social institutions rules and codes of behavior; and world view religion ethics and broadly defined belief systems Divided into three parts that deal with concepts practic.

sacred kindle ecology pdf Sacred Ecology PDF/EPUBEthic in part by learning from the wisdom of traditional knowledge holders This book explores both of these ideas together specifically in the context of natural resource management It discusses the importance of traditional knowledge for complementing scientific ecology and its cultural and political significance for indigenous groups themselvesDr Berkes approaches traditional ecological knowledge as a knowledge practice belief complex This complex considers four interrelated levels local knowledge species specific; resource management systems integrating local knowledge with practice; social institutions rules and codes of behavior; and world view religion ethics and broadly defined belief systems Divided into three parts that deal with concepts practic.

eBook Sacred Ecology PDF/EPUB µ Ú tyrakel.de Ú

eBook Sacred Ecology PDF/EPUB µ Ú tyrakel.de Ú Dr Berkes is an applied ecologist by background and works at the interface of natural and social sciences He joined the University of Manitoba in 1991 as the Director of NRI a position he occupied until 1996 He has served as the President of the International Association for the Study of Common Property 1996 98 and as the leader of a number of research groups He has devoted most of his prof

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  1. Marc Jackson Marc Jackson says:

    eBook Sacred Ecology PDF/EPUB µ Ú tyrakel.de Ú sacred kindle, ecology pdf, Sacred Ecology PDF/EPUBThis book offers an excellent overview of traditional ecological knowledge and its role in conservation and ecology I found many important insights in the text that changed my perspectives on the privileged position that uantitative data takes in wildlife and land management


  2. CL Chu CL Chu says:

    eBook Sacred Ecology PDF/EPUB µ Ú tyrakel.de Ú sacred kindle, ecology pdf, Sacred Ecology PDF/EPUBThe part on Cisasibi Cree's knowledge about and relationship with the land is most insightful The survey part is less organized Will check out the new edition latter


  3. Tomek Tomek says:

    eBook Sacred Ecology PDF/EPUB µ Ú tyrakel.de Ú sacred kindle, ecology pdf, Sacred Ecology PDF/EPUBThe vast majority of the book provide a wonderful overview of TEK and how it can be studied and integrated into Western thought to address shortcomings in both systems I deducted one star for the focus Berkes puts on the Cree


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    eBook Sacred Ecology PDF/EPUB µ Ú tyrakel.de Ú sacred kindle, ecology pdf, Sacred Ecology PDF/EPUBInteresting from a professional standpoint but I had hoped the author would draw primarily on Canadian examples to explain what traditional knowledge is and how it can applied Instead he uses examples from all around the world to illustrate his point As an intellectual exercise it is useful to consider them but because the application of traditional knowledge is so context sensitive I would have preferred almost exclusively Canadian examples


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