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Sacred natural sites

Sacred natural sites

guidelines for protected area managers

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Published by IUCN, UNESCO in Gland, Switzerland, Paris .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sacred space -- Management,
  • Historic sites -- Management,
  • Cultural property -- Management

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert Wild and Christopher McLeod, editors ; Peter Valentine, series editor.
    SeriesBest practice protected area guidelines series -- no. 16
    ContributionsWild, Robert., McLeod, Christopher., IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas. Task Force on Cultural and Spiritual Values of Protected Areas., Unesco. Programme on Man and the Biosphere.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL580 .S2296 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 106 p. :
    Number of Pages106
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23867223M
    ISBN 102831710391
    ISBN 109782831710396
    LC Control Number2009442085

    Introduction: Sacred Natural Sites the Foundations of Conservation 3 natural world and their responsibility towards the planet (O’ Brien and Palmer, ). Establishing a duality between ‘indigenous’, in the sense of being native or belonging to a place, and ‘mainstream’, while pragmatic for discussion, does present some problems. Indigeneity and the Sacred: Indigenous Revival and the Conservation of Sacred Natural Sites in the Americas (Environmental Anthropology and Ethnobiology Book 22) - Kindle edition by Sarmiento, Fausto, Hitchner, Sarah. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Indigeneity and the Sacred Manufacturer: Berghahn Books.

    An important contribution to evolving studies on conservation of sacred natural sites (SNS), the book elucidates the complexity of development scenarios within cultural landscapes related to the appropriation of religion, environmental change in indigenous territories, Format: Hardcover. For more information about field testing the guidelines, download the brochure, take the survey, read this website and the following article: “Applicability of the IUCN-UNESCO Guidelines for Protected Area managers on Sacred natural Sites: first assessment”, in the proceedings of the third workshop of The Delos Initiative pp

      Sacred grove in Bhimashankar. Photo by Ashish Kothari. This odd-page book is divided into 9 chapters. It begins by giving an overview of the Sacred Natural Sites (SNS) and the need to protect them by first beginning to understand nature from a non-anthropocentric view.   The book concludes by recommending that advocacy organisations help indigenous people with test cases to secure standing for threatened sacred natural sites (SNS) and calls upon IUCN, UNESCO (MAB and WHS), ASEAN Heritage and EuroNatura to retrospectively re-designate their properties, reserves, parks and initiatives so that SNS and spiritual.


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The book is a must for all managers of heritage places where sacred natural sites occur, academics, heritage professionals, and students, not just of sacred natural sites but 5/5(1). Sacred natural sites are shown to contain remarkable biodiversity and therefore can make a significant contribution to halting the catastrophic extinction of wild species of plants and animals as well as the decline and damage of habitats and ecosystems.

The book shows how sacred natural sites contribute to defining new, more sustainable and more equitable forms of protected areas and conservation that reflect the worldviews and beliefs of their respective cultures and religions.

The book illustrates that sacred natural sites, although often under threat, exist within and outside formally recognised protected areas, heritage sites. Sacred natural sites may well be some of the last strongholds for building resilient networks of connected by: 1st Edition Published on October 5, by Routledge Sacred Natural Sites are the world's oldest protected places.

This book focuses on a wide spread of both i Sacred Natural Sites: Conserving Nature and Culture - 1st Edition - Ba Garland Science Website Announcement.

This book illustrates that sacred natural sites, although often under threat, exist within and outside formally recognised protected areas and heritage sites. Sacred sites may well be some of the last strongholds for building resilient networks of connected landscapes as well as forming important nodes for maintaining a dynamic cultural fabric.

The book illustrates that sacred natural sites, although often under threat, exist within and outside formally recognised protected areas, heritage sites. Sacred natural sites book Sacred natural sites may well be some of the last strongholds for building resilient networks of connected landscapes.

• “Sacred Natural Sites; Conserving Nature and Culture” (Verschuuren et al, ). The research for the book also informs this policy brief and contains a detailed action plan for work on SNS it also includes a Custodians statement. • The Custodians Statement is issued by custodians of SNS from four continents who participated in a.

A new book, Sacred Natural Sites: Conserving nature and culture, has been launched by IUCN at the Convention on Biological Diversity conference in Nagoya, Japan. Much previous literature on sacred natural sites has been written from a non-indigenous perspective. In contrast, this book facilitates a greater self-expression of indigenous perspectives regarding treatment of the sacred and its protection and governance in the face of threats from various forms of natural resource exploitation and development.

Sacred Natural Sites Book Tue, 07 Sep Sacred natural sites are shown to contain remarkable biodiversity and therefore can make a significant contribution to halting the catastrophic extinction of wild species of plants and animals as well as the decline and damage of habitats and ecosystems.

The chapters focus on the modern significance of sacred natural sites in Asian protected areas with reference, where appropriate, to an Asian philosophy of protected areas. Drawn from over 20 different countries, the book covers examples of sacred natural sites from all of IUCN’s protected area categories and governance by: 4.

Among such sacred natural sites are thousands more that remain little known and unsung, such as the Dai Holy Hills, the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, the Golden Mountains of Altai, the sacred groves of the Western Ghats, the sacred lakes of the Niger delta and the numerous sacred islands, groves, and springs found throughout the by: 2.

The book illustrates that sacred natural sites, although often under threat, exist within and outside formally recognised protected areas, heritage sites. Sacred natural sites may well be some of. Sacred Natural Sites: Conserving Nature and Culture 1, Verschuuren, Bas, McNeely, Jeffrey, Oviedo, Gonzalo, Wild, Robert - 5/5(1).

Some wild forest species are planted in the yard to protect the household from misfortune and thieves, like Philodendron melinonii, Alocasia plumbea. or Piper aduncum. Several large trees (spp.,Parkia Ceiba pentandra), strangler figs (spp.), shrubs Ficus (Piper spp.,Costus spp.) and the hemi-epiphyte.

Book Description. Since time immemorial indigenous people have engaged in legal relationships with other-than-human-persons. These relationships are exemplified in enspirited sacred natural sites, which are owned and governed by numina spirits that can potentially place legal demands on humankind in return for protection and blessing.

The chapters focus on the modern significance of sacred natural sites in Asian protected areas with reference, where appropriate, to an Asian philosophy of protected areas.

Drawn from over 20 different countries, the book covers examples of sacred natural sites from all of IUCN’s protected area categories and governance : Paperback. With contributions from a range of scholars, practitioners and spiritual leaders from around the world, this book provides new insights into biocultural diversity conservation.

It explores sacred landscapes, sites, plants and animals from around the world to demonstrate the links between nature conservation and spiritual beliefs and traditions.

The numinous character of such sites has had particular implications for their physical integrity, including the preservation of their natural surroundings. The sites possess ‘agency’ – they are able, miraculously, to act upon people and effect changes in the real world (Gell, ).Cited by: 2.

Book Description. Much previous literature on sacred natural sites has been written from a non-indigenous perspective. In contrast, this book facilitates a greater self-expression of indigenous perspectives regarding treatment of the sacred and its protection and governance in the face of threats from various forms of natural resource exploitation and development.A sacred natural site is a natural feature or a large area of land or water having special spiritual significance to peoples and communities.

Sacred natural sites consist of all types of natural features including mountains, hills, forests, groves, trees, rivers, lakes, lagoons, caves, islands and interest in sacred natural sites, from the perspective of nature conservation, lies.This is a book review of John Studley's book: Indigenous Sacred Natural Sites and Spiritual Governance: the legal case for Juristic Personhood.

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