Anthropology and Environment Society

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The Anthropology and Environment Society is pleased to be sponsoring 40 panels, three roundtables, and a dissertation writing workgroup at…More

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Climate Change and the Political Ecology of Education

Education is a surprising new battleground in the debates surrounding climate change. Wyoming recently became the first state to reject…More

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Using Western science guided by Helitsuk principles, Coastwatch, a program of the Heiltsuk Nation’s Qqs Projects Society, monitors Grizzly bear populations in the Great Bear Rainforest. William Housty, Director of Coastwatch, checks a barbed wire snare for Grizzly bear hair to be used in DNA analysis. Photo Credit: Mark Godfrey/The Nature Conservancy

Anthropology has had a productive and sometimes contentious relationship with initiatives for biodiversity conservation. Numerous anthropological studies have revealed the…More

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REDD (Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation) has become an important part the environmental and development lexicon. But it leads…More

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Entomophagy Anthropology

Eating insects, or entomophagy, is touted as a healthy and environmentally responsible food source of which we should be taking…More

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