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Drowning the Ancestors

Ulu Papar in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo

AL Agama

on 9 December 2011

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Drowning the Ancestors:
Ulu Papar in Sabah Crocker Range Forest Reserve Dusun people have lived in the Crocker Range for generations Chapter 2 Chapter 1 30 Until... Plant
hill rice Hunt Fish
in the rivers Harvest
products Tend fruit & vegetable
gardens They depend on nature ... and they...

are the stewards
of their environment 1963 2009 1984 1969 2006 Crocker Range
Park Action Community Deep in the Crocker Range... Where no roads go... ... a journey
of 6-8 hours... ... through forest
and across rivers... ... this is where they live... It is a way of life
on the landscape Community Use Zones Crocker Range Biosphere Reserve Community researchers Documenting resource use Maps 3D models Film Photography Data analysis Land use planning For what? Community conservation Cultural continuity Chapter 3 Damned! In 2009
The government of Sabah
announced plans to build
the Kaiduan Dam The purpose of the Kaiduan Dam
is to supply water to Kota Kinabalu Chapter 4 The Right Questions The "feasibility study", said to have been completed in Feb 2008 has not been released to the affected communities How to supply water to Kota Kinabalu? SCIENCE: CONSERVATION: What would UNESCO consider worthy of a biosphere reserve? HERITAGE: What will be sacrificed? HUMANITY: Are the people most affected involved in the decision-making? ? ? ? ? ? And finally, remember that...
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