Ethnobiology for the Future: Linking Cultural and Ecological Diversity by Gary Paul Nabhan

“This book will be devoured by all Nabhanophiles and should be read by all those interested in food, culture, conservation, botany, and the worlds around them. So chock full of great ideas, penetrating insights, and unforgettable landscapes, it should be savored slowly like the fine feast it is!”—Economic Botany.  
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Naturalists in Paradise: Wallace, Bates, and Spruce in the Amazon by John Hemming

Read the full Washington Post review here.
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Guardians of the Brazilian Amazon Rainforest by Barbosa & Radical Territories in the Brazilian Amazon by Zanotti

“Zanotti makes an important contribution to the literature of human-centered conservation through her examination of the means by which one extraordinary group of people has successful retained their cultural identity, protected their ancestral lands, and confronted the outside world on their own terms.”—Conservation Biology. Read Mark's full review in this edition of "Conservation Biology" here.
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