A New Way of Understanding Geoparks for Society
In a fast globalizing world, where ideas, technologies and materials flow without much constraint, ways of thinking and actions in society are driven to change drastically from the historical background. It is important to understand and appreciate the stability of the local setting. It is significant because the local environments and cultures are something that local people attach to and the local livelihood depends upon.
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