Placing Blame: Climate, Culpability and Indigenous Lives in the Philippines
Will Smith is an anthropologist and human geographer whose research is focused on human-forest interfaces, the social dimensions of agricultural production, and the politics of indigenous knowledge in both Australia and upland Southeast Asia. His current research is focused on the illegal wildlife trade in the Philippines and conservation-based solutions to zoonotic disease emergence.
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