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The Current Issue (August 2017)

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Words from the GWS Student Summit
Jennifer Palmer

Letter from Woodstock
Point Reyes: A Landscape Indivisible?
Rolf Diamant

The Heart of the Matter:
New Essential Reading on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites

Engineering Eden: The True Story of a Violent Death, a Trial, and
the Fight Over Controlling Nature, by Jordan Fisher Smith

Reviewed by Jerry Mitchell

Nature–Culture Journeys: Exploring Shared Terrain
Nora J. Mitchell, Jessica Brown, and Brenda Barrett, guest editors

Introduction: Nature-Culture Journeys—Exploring Shared Terrain
Nora J. Mitchell, Jessica Brown, and Brenda Barrett

Further Considerations of Community, Culture, and Change
Melia Lane-Kamahele

A World Heritage Perspective on Culture and Nature—Beyond a Shared Platform
Susanna Kari and Mechtild Rössler

Nature–Culture Interlinkages in World Heritage: Bridging the Gap
Peter Bille Larsen and Gamini Wijesuriya

Building Capacities in Asia and the Pacific: The Experience of the
UNESCO Chair on Nature–Culture Linkages at the University of Tsukuba, Japan

Maya Ishizawa, Nobuko Inaba, and Masahito Yoshida

The Cultural and Spiritual Significance of Nature in the
Management and Governance of Protected Areas

Edwin Bernbaum

Exploring Agricultural Heritage Landscapes: A Journey Across Terra Incognita
Nora J. Mitchell and Brenda Barrett

Bridging the Divide Between Nature and Culture in the World Heritage Convention: An Idea Long Overdue?
Letícia Leitão

Reflections on the Nature–Culture Journey
William Pencek

Enmeshed in Naturecultures: A Personal–Global Journey
Steve Brown

An Urgent Journey: Realizing the Potential of
Integrated Nature–Culture Approaches to Create a Sustainable World

Andrew Potts

Mālama Honua—To Care for Our Island Earth
A Statement of Commitments from the Nature–Culture Journey Participants at the IUCN World Conservation Congress, Hawai‘i 2016