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  • n. The study of the relationships between people and the ecology of the environments in which they live

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  • In the past it was called Colonialism, then Imperialism but now with a different ideology it is given names such as "ethnoecology" or "empowerment".

    New Scientist - Online News

  • Specific projects focused on the valuation of ecosystem services from riparian forests for local dairy farmers, regional communities and international society; cultural values and ethnoecology; and local, regional and global values of various approaches to forestry.

    Contributor: Joshua Farley

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