Newsletters and Articles

Aman Sham, M. There is so much more to a story than meets the eye: Tales from the Dusun of Ulu Papar. Langscape Magazine Volume 7, Issue 1, Summer 2018, p.58-61.

Teixidor-Toneu, I., Caruso, E., Rankou, H., D’Ambrosio, U., Martin, G. Global Diversity Foundation – Conducting ethical conservation research. Botanic Gardens Conservation International ABS Implementation examples.

The Darwin Initiative. Achieving the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation in the Moroccan High Atlas. Darwin Initiative Newsletter, May 2018, p.5-6.

The Darwin Initiative. Conserving threatened plant species to support community adaptation and resilience to climate change in the High Atlas, Morocco. Darwin Initiative Newsletter, November 2017, p. 13.

Vogl, C.R., Martin, G.J. and Schunko, C. Protecting biocultural diversity. International Innovation Magazine (Research Media), Issue 151: Firm Foundations

Nelson, M. In Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains, Seeds of Progress. Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund website, 15 November 2016. 

The Darwin Initiative. Traditional knowledge of medicinal root harvesting and plant conservation in Southern Morocco. Darwin Initiative Newsletter, November 2015, p.10.

Aman Sham, M., Dolan, J., McCandless, S., and Nelson, M. Building Cross-continental Connections among North American Indigenous Nations; The Sharing Circle 2015, International Funders for Indigenous Peoples

The ICCA Consortium. Community Action for Conservation: Mexican Experiences. The ICCA Consortium Newsletter, Issue#7, June 2014, p.34.

Martin, G. Multiscale action for medicinal plants: implementing the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation on a human dimension. Samara, Issue 26, Jan-June 2014, p.1-2.

Tekguc, I., Yoshida, Y., McCandless, S., Otieno, N., Heubach, K., Kamelamela, K., Bray, K. Perspectives from the Global Environments Summer Academy Alumni. Langscape Volume 2, Issue 13, Winter 2013, p.28-41.

Caruso, E. Reflections from a participant in the Symposium “Protected Areas: are they safeguarding biodiversity?” – Zoological Society of London, 8-9 November 2012. The ICCA Consortium Newsletter, Issue#3, January 2013.

Tekguc, I. Kakakapan id Gayo Ngaran (Return to the Big Name). Langscape, Volume 2, Issue 2, Summer 2012.

The Darwin Initiative. A Community Protocol for Ulu Papar. Darwin Initiative Newsletter, July 2012, p. 7-8.