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International discourses that inform environmental management policies rely too heavily on universalized narratives of environmental degradation. These narratives often situate subsistence communities and their livelihood practices as causal agents in scenarios of environmental degradation. Because they lack context, these narratives are flawed; they are built upon socially constructed ideas of nature and degradation that originate from a Western understanding of "good" and "bad" nature. Thesefatcat:4eprwziayfhgpnb7b7qbdgtntq