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As with the first issue of this series, Volume 4 Issue 2 is dedicated to YOU! We want to hear from you, for there is a crucial global dialogue that needs to happen.
- What are your own thoughts about the value of diversity in nature and culture?
- What is happening with biocultural diversity in your corner of the world?
- What are your experiences defending and strengthening biocultural diversity on the ground, wherever you are?
- What are your efforts to apply the idea in your life, your work, your community, and the larger world?
- What challenges and opportunities do you see for gaining greater understanding, acceptance, and support of biocultural diversity in today’s troubled world?
Your ideas and experiences about biocultural diversity may be expressed in a multiplicity of ways. Text essays may take the form of thought pieces for our “Ideas” section; personal accounts, stories, or poetry for “Reflections”; reports about on-the-ground situations for “Dispatches”; and discussions of practical solutions or interventions at local or societal levels for “Action.” Artwork-based contributions may take the form of photo essays, video essays, and other visual art for “Louder Than Words.” Or surprise us with something different and we’ll have to create a new section for you!