[lg policy] Terralingua Langscape Call for Submissions

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cultural, and biological diversity.

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Terralingua Langscape
*Sacred Natural Sites: Sources of Biocultural Diversity*

 This is a call for expressions of interest for the next Issue of *
*, Terralingua's emerging magazine that on this occasion is being produced
in collaboration with the Sacred Natural Sites Initiative.

   - Expressions of interest 15th of June
   - Full contributions 15th of July

 Please submit your expression of interest  -  your idea in one or two
paragraphs - before June the 15th so that we can solicit full contributions
as soon as possible. We aim to have all full contributions in by the 15th
of July.

 We are looking for interviews, articles, case studies, poetry, expressions
of art and photographs with a maximum of 1500 words (excluding references)
in a MS Word doc format. Photographs and illustrations in a 300dpi jpg.

We are pleased to be working with Guest Editors Bas Verschuuren and Robert
Wild, Editors of the book Sacred Natural Sites (Earthscan 2010) for this
issue. Bas and Rob are Co- chair and Chair to the IUCN Specialist Group on
Cultural and Spiritual Values of Protected Areas and Coordinators for the
Sacred Natural Sites Initiative

Sacred natural sites are sources of biocultural diversity marked by a
distinct spiritual dimension. The experience of sacred lands has since long
set them apart from development and enabled the conservation of
biodiversity and unique habitats for wild animals and plants. In addition
the rich cultural practices and religious beliefs related to these places
constitute of some of the most profound relationships that humans have with
the earth.

Thank you all. We look forward to hearing from you, as it is your
contributions which can make Langscape a special and delightful read.

Please send your submissions to the Langscape Editor, Ortixia Dilts:
ortixia at terralingua.org

To learn more about Langscape and Terralingua, please visit our website at

 Back Issues of Langscape are available on our website.

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