Taking Stock of Ethnobiology

with Dana Lepofsky and Sara Tiffany in the Journal of Ethnobiology 31(2011):110-127 DOI: 10.2993/0278-0771-31.1.110 “Given the ecological and humanitarian crises faced in the 21st century and the transformations in world economies and ethnobiological knowledge systems, the field’s formal societies, as places of interaction and means for collective path-making, have a special role insetting the course for future …

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Ethnobiology for a Diverse World: Ethnobiology Emerging From a Time of Crisis

With Gary Nabhan and Dana Lepofsky 2011 Journal of Ethnobiology 31(2):172-175 DOI:10.2993/0278-0771-31.2.172 “Ethnobiologists, perhaps more than any other group of researchers, have the moral will, the perspectives, the know-how, and grassroots networks to be potential allies and resources for emerging coalitions of problem-solvers during such times of dramatic ecosystem and social change.”