Introduction and overview: environmental knowledge, rights, and ethics: co-managing with communities
Faust, B.B.; Smardon, R.C.
Maya environmental successes and failures in the Yucatan Peninsula
Cultural landscapes and ethnographic cartographies: Scandinavian-American and American Indian knowledge of the land
Toupal, R.S.; Zedeno, M.N.; Stoffle, R.W.; Barabe, P.
Using the 'sense of self-in-place' construct in the context of environmental policy-making and landscape planning
Cantrill, J.G.; Senecah, S.L.
Risk Perception Mapping and the Fermi II nuclear power plant: toward an ethnography of social access to public participation in Great Lakes environmental management
'Polishing the Kaswentha': a Haudenosaunee view of environmental cooperation
Ransom, J.W.; Ettenger, K.T.
Indigenous people and co-management: implications for conflict management
Castro, A.P.; Nielsen, E.
Access to genetic resources and protection of traditional knowledge in the territories of indigenous peoples