April 2020

Volume 26, Number 1

Elephant in jungle, India. Photo by: Thangaraj Kumaravel / Unsplash

In this issue

In this issue of IJW, we explore the influence of trails on wilderness perceptions. Tarun Chhabra examines the Toda people as stewards of wilderness and biodiversity. Dani Dagan, Ryan Sharp, Matthew Brownlee, and Emily Wilkins investigate the uses of social media data in remote wilderness settings. And Kathryn Sutcliffe discusses the implications of Instagram representations for wilderness management.

 

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Articles

Of Global Concern: Reliance upon Resilience

Of Global Concern: Reliance upon Resilience

There is no argument that the Australia bushfires are of global concern, but what may be of more concern is the lack of a greater resonance across the globe. If nature can no longer react and response to threats, then nature must rely upon us.

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Wilderness Trails: Influences of Perceptions

Wilderness Trails: Influences of Perceptions

Wilderness areas may not be perfect, and there may be some rules, but without a doubt they benefit society, and it is imperative that society can access those benefits. Trails are a perfect guide leading people to those benefits.

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Book Review

Book Review

Our Wild Calling: How connecting with animals can transform our lives-and save theirs. By Richard Louv

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