Published by Terralingua, Langscape aims to "educate minds and hearts about the vital importance of biocultural diversity for the survival of life on earth. Through the power of story, it bolsters our efforts to bring about a radical shift in human values that will make sustaining biocultural diversity a primary societal goal."
With a special emphasis on Indigenous voices, the magazine and archive, 1996-present, "offers unique, authentic stories from all over the globe", while celebrating "the bounty of diversity in nature and culture—all told by the people who live and breathe the realities they portray."
-- publisher's description
Also check out the website's Biocultural Diversity Toolkit, containing resources and tools for understanding and sustaining biocultural diversity; Biocultural Diversity Education, an integrative approach to teaching and learning about biocultural diversity; and Voices of the Earth Project, supporting Indigenous Peoples’ efforts to reclaim their languages and cultural traditions.
Langscape may be accessed by searching TC Journals and Databases and also via a record in Educat, the library catalog.
Image: Cover, Langscape, Summer 2012, vol. 2, no. 11
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