Human and the Environment: Problematizing the discourse

  • Margaret Lombe
  • Pablo Vidal-Gonzalez

Abstract

The exploitation of the territory and the emergence of the concept of landscape are associated with industrial and urban lifestyles. The destruction of large natural spaces has led to the creation of protected areas, but we must not forget the people who live and work in these spaces, mainly in rural areas. We must conserve nature while promoting sustainable development that is compatible with the dignity of the people who live in or near these areas. A good example of this effort to respect the territory is the one developed by the Bni Guild tribe of Morocco, which fights against the adversities caused by climate change to continue living on their land.

Published
2021-12-20
How to Cite
Lombe, M., & Vidal-Gonzalez, P. (2021). Human and the Environment: Problematizing the discourse. Beyond Borders: Advances in Global Welfare, 1(2). Retrieved from https://ejournals.bc.edu/index.php/bbagw/article/view/14311