Traditional practices and beliefs in landscape management

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The roles of informal institutions in landscape approach

Traditional and local beliefs, taboos, norms and knowledge play a critical role in conserving local biodiversity and landscapes, and researchers are now considering whether these might be applied more widely to areas under threat.

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