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Ayşem Mert

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Kabir Sanjay Bavikatte and Tom Bennett

The term ‘biocultural rights’ denotes a community's long established right, in accordance with its customary laws, to steward its lands, waters and resources. Such rights are being increasingly recognized in international environmental law. Biocultural rights are not simply claims to property, in the typical market sense of property being a universally commensurable, commodifiable and alienable resource; rather, as will be apparent from the discussion offered here, biocultural rights are collective rights of communities to carry out traditional stewardship roles vis-à-vis Nature, as conceived of by indigenous ontologies.

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Daniel Press

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Daniel Press

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Anna Korppoo, Nina Tynkkynen and Geir Hønneland

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Anna Korppoo, Nina Tynkkynen and Geir Hønneland