By: Paige West
320 pages, b&w photos
Presents an ethnographic examination of the social effects of conservation and development efforts in Papua New Guinea. This book focuses on the area that was the site of a biodiversity conservation project. It demonstrates the capacity of ethnography to illuminate the relationship between trans-national processes and individual lives.
Incisive, moving, and beautifully written, Conservation Is Our Government Now" is an absolutely exemplary study and a completely absorbing narrative. It is quite simply one of the most sophisticated political ecology books I have read to date."--Neil Smith, author of "The Endgame of Globalization"
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