A Tip for Decolonising Ecology and Conservation: The English Language is not the Problem, But Look beyond it

Vinícius Londe (Independent Researcher, Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil)

Article ID: 4575

DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/re.v4i1.4575

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