Articles in this focus issue offer further evidence of mountain species’ importance for human livelihoods and wellbeing. They also call for effective conservation and management approaches.
How Can Education Contribute to Sustainable Mountain Development? Past, Present, and Future Perspectives
Stay tuned as the issue fills up with contributions presenting validated and well-referenced insights regarding pedagogic concepts and methods, formal and informal practices...
Education for Sustainable Mountain Development: Preliminary Insights From a Web-Based Survey of Opportunities
This analysis of 28 programs worldwide shows that curricula increasingly integrate fieldwork—including work with local stakeholders in problem-oriented settings.
Understanding the value of ecosystem services provided to local communities could enable development of a policy that would also help conserve red pandas.
Avoidance or Co-Existence? The Spatiotemporal Patterns of Wild Mammals in a Human-Dominated Landscape in Western Himalaya
This study highlights the plasticity that wild mammals show in negotiating natural and human-modified habitats. The results can help guide the development of conservation...