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Forests as socio-ecosystems: a new perspective for approaching forestry development
Peru

Forests as socio-ecosystems: a new perspective for approaching forestry development

The explicit recognition of forests as socio-ecosystems in Peru is almost nil because we are part of a hegemonic tradition of knowledge in which it was necessary to separate in order to know. But in this segregationist zeal we have separated society from nature, nature from culture, reason from emotion, objectivity from subjectivity among many other dualities that govern our thinking, our discourse and our actions.

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Peru

Time is water

The Wampis Nation, made up of 65 native communities, decided to build its autonomous territorial government in November 2015 based on their right to self-determination. Through this government, they seek to regain territorial control of the more than one million hectares of territory it has occupied and occupies in an ancestral way, to ensure its conservation.
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Peru

Forests as socio-ecosystems: a new perspective for approaching forestry development

The explicit recognition of forests as socio-ecosystems in Peru is almost nil because we are part of a hegemonic tradition of knowledge in which it was necessary to separate in order to know. But in this segregationist zeal we have separated society from nature, nature from culture, reason from emotion, objectivity from subjectivity among many other dualities that govern our thinking, our discourse and our actions.
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