'On the job' interview with Dr Luisa Maffi, Co-founder and Director of Terralingua What first got you involved in Terralingua and bio-cultural diversity? It now goes back 20 years! In the mid-1990s, biologists were increasingly talking about biodiversity loss, linguists about endangered languages Read More
Call for Abstracts Volume 5, Issue 2 - Now Closed. Thanks everyone for your interest.
The Call for Abstracts is NOW CLOSED Thanks to all who submitted. We will be in touch soon. 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
Publication: Biocultural Diversity Conservation: A Global Sourcebook. Edited by Luisa Maffi and Ellen Woodley, Earthscan 2010.
Publication: History, Culture, and Conservation, Policy Matters 13 special issue, G. Borrini-Feyerabend, K. MacDonald, and L. Maffi (eds.).
Publication: Ethnobotany and Conservation of Biocultural Diversity, T. Carlson and L. Maffi (eds.).
Publication: Sharing a World of Difference: The Earth’s Linguistic, Cultural, and Biological Diversity, by T. Skutnabb-kangas, L. Maffi, and D. Harmon, and companion map The World’s Biocultural Diversity: People, Languages, and Ecosystems. Paris: UNESCO, Terralingua, and WWF.
Safeguarding the Uniqueness of the Colorado Plateau: An Ecoregional Assessment of Biocultural Diversity
Publication: Safeguarding the Uniqueness of the Colorado Plateau: An Ecoregional Assessment of Biocultural Diversity, by G. Nabhan et al. Pp. xi-xii. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Center for Sustainable Environments, Terralingua, and Grand Canyon Wildlands Council.
Publication: On Biocultural Diversity: Linking Language, Knowledge and the Environment, L. Maffi (ed.). Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press.
Publication: Indigenous and Traditional Peoples of the World and Ecoregion Conservation: An Integrated Approach to Conserving the World's Biological and Cultural Diversity, by G. Oviedo, L. Maffi, and P.B. Larsen and companion map Indigenous and Traditional Peoples and the Global 200 Ecoregions.