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Biocultural Conservation

Integrating environmental philosophy, ecological sciences, humanities and the arts

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We're the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program.

The program is supported by a network of organizations from both hemispheres of the world. It is an international and interdisciplinary cooperative that hopes to approach conservation by coupling the social and biological dynamics within policy making.

Study Abroad

Tracing Darwin’s Path Faculty-Led Field course in Chile’s Cape Horn Biophere Reserve

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Projects focus on diverse aspects of biocultural diversity and conservation

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Posted on April 28, 2021
UMAG researchers participate in an international committee to face the climate crisis in Latin America
Posted on April 23, 2021
UNT Pollinative Prairie in Full Bloom
Posted on January 12, 2021
Featured Researchers in the Strait of Magellan 2020: Ricardo Rozzi
Posted on November 23, 2020
The Magellan Prize, Presented by Imagine Chile Foundation: Omora Park Receives Recognition for Innovation and Exploration for Ecotourism with a Hand Lens
Posted on November 23, 2020
Congratulations to Dr. Rozzi and the SBCP Team
Posted on October 22, 2020
HIGH FIVE: UNT's Biological Conservation Program led by Dr. Ricardo Rozzi Earns International Top Prize
Posted on October 6, 2020
Southern Network TV Interview with Dr. Rozzi and the SBCP's Award Nomination for the Strait of Magellan Prize
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