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Why does the language of conservation change as you move from the global north to the global south?

For most developed countries in the global north, it is easy to come up with policies that restrict the use of natural resources. These rules and guidelines are plastered on the rest of the world without taking to account their need to develop and build foundations of their own development.

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  1. The language of conservation changes as you move from the global north to the global south due to differing cultural perspectives and priorities. In the global north, conservation efforts may focus more on sustainable development and environmental protection, while in the global south, conservationRead more

    The language of conservation changes as you move from the global north to the global south due to differing cultural perspectives and priorities. In the global north, conservation efforts may focus more on sustainable development and environmental protection, while in the global south, conservation may be more about preserving traditional ways of life and protecting biodiversity. Additionally, the language used in conservation efforts may also vary based on the level of resources and infrastructure available in different regions.

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