In his keynote address at the 2014 Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, Stephen Corry (director of Survival International) outlined a coherent narrative of the historical influences on current conservation practices, some of which are alarmingly detrimental to tribal populations. He ends his discussion with direct calls to conservation organizations and popular science writers to take a closer look at they way they are treating and portraying tribal peoples. I took some sketchnotes during his address to try to capture some of his ideas:
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