The Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program editorial line seeks to enhance the dynamic relationship between a network of collaborators. A creative methodological approach for students is developed as they work to translate texts and participate in research. There is the creation of an interregional dialogue between the Northern and Southern hemispheres. The integrated relationship of biological and cultural aspects of environments is made explicit in discourse and discussion. The books are interdisciplinary texts useful for students and researchers, but also for readers unfamiliar with the region and the research. We invite readers to enhance their biological and cultural knowledge, but also we hope these texts excite their imaginations with vivid images and beautiful stories.
In addition to the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation editorial line, The Center for Environmental Philosophy published a special issue of Environmental Ethics and occasional papers on South American Environmental Philosophy.