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part two

It follows my second letter to Mr. Yeroulanos; see copy of first page in part one


Dr. Thomas Schultze-Westrum   Kaisertsr. 52     8000 München 40

Marine National Park Project NORTHERN SPORADES


Status Report December 1976 prepared for:

Mr. Marinos Yeroulanos

Executive Secretary

National Council for

Physical Planning and Environment

Ministry of Coordination,

Athens

...weiterlesen "Northern Sporades conservation area – continued"

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In continuation of  "Bosavi - Living portraits from the forest".

All photographs were taken 1966 at Didessa village, Kaluli ethnic group, Mt. Bosavi region, Papua New Guinea

Note: not all these people lived at Didessa, though. Some had come from distant villages to meet us.

The "village" consisted of one communal dwelling only. ...weiterlesen "Bosavi images – part 2"

Never ever in the evolution of human life on Earth there will be again communities like the Bosavi forest people at the time of our visit in 1966 - being totally independent of our civilization.

Never ever again there will exist any tribal cultures in their own right.

Our generation is experiencing the final and dramatic change from distinct ethnic diversity and traditional maintenance of endemic ways of life, towards a global conformity, inter-relationship and inter – dependence. This stage of human evolution never happened in any comparable way before nor can it be repeated. We witness an unique transition. ...weiterlesen "Bosavi – living portraits from the forest"

Eine wahre Geschichte und film story

Der Schwerpunkt liegt in dieser Filmgeschichte nicht auf dem Drachen; er ist nur aus Gründen der Attraktivität so stark betont. Es sind vielmehr die wahren  Begebenheiten von der dramatischen Rettung des Regenwaldes von Warir und die ganz dichte Beobachtung der Menschen im Dorf, welche hierbei die Hauptrolle gespielt haben. Beispielhafter, da sehr erfolgreicher, langfristiger Regenwaldschutz ...weiterlesen "DIE DRACHENINSEL"

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- Teluk Mayalibit Conservation Report

This Report was compiled with emphasis on conservation at the village level, following the ECOCULTURE movement without any affiliation to NGO or government organisations. It is being made public at a time when the world community is becoming aware of the devastating effects of forest exploitation in West Papua. And a counter-movement is in formation– at last.

...weiterlesen "Pulau Waigeo, Kabupaten Raja Ampat, West Papua"