Noted scientists holds Lecture about Bio-cultural Ethics in Ancud, Chile | Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program

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December 17, 2019

Noted scientists holds Lecture about Bio-cultural Ethics in Ancud, Chile

15 December 2019

Dr. Ricardo Rozzi, scientific leader of the creation of the UNESCO Cape Horn Bioshphere Reserve, and precursor of "biocultural ethics," discusses biocultural conservation with human wellbeing.

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