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Trek to Q\'eros Community

30 July 2014

Q’eros community elders attribute the community’s survival of the Spanish conquest to the protection of their sacred mountains, the Apus, and the community continues to maintain its identity and traditions despite the increasing reach of globalization. The Q’eros describe their approach to development as “adaptation-resistance”: strategically assimilating new developments that are useful, while conserving the traditional by adapting it to the present. The impending completion of two highways into the Q’eros’ land will soon allow unprecedented access between the community and the outside world, bringing many benefits but also threats of mining, cultural loss, and potentially destructive tourism exploitation.

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