2018
DOI: 10.1177/1359183518782717
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Greening honey: Producing the underground origins of a forest wonder

Abstract: Green honey is a substance reputedly made under the ground by a powerful bee endemic to Palawan Island. Stories of its mysterious origins have circulated for years across the Philippines. 'Underground' is a place on Palawan-a nationally significant subterranean river sometimes rumoured to be a source of green honey. But beyond this specific site, and in quite another sense, the underground can also refer to a space where production occurs through shared imaginings but remains unseen. This article explores how … Show more

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“…However, as part of the global biodiversity boom of the 1990s, the island's unique nonhuman inhabitants have become central to tourism promotion, conservation practice and the province's political and economic identity (Webb 2019).…”
Section: The Place Of Pigs In Conservation Practicementioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, as part of the global biodiversity boom of the 1990s, the island's unique nonhuman inhabitants have become central to tourism promotion, conservation practice and the province's political and economic identity (Webb 2019).…”
Section: The Place Of Pigs In Conservation Practicementioning
confidence: 99%