The article 'Au cœur de l’Afrique, la guerre au nom de la nature' by Joan Tilouine examines the role of African Parks.
In our third podcast, researchers George Iordăchescu & Elaine (Lan Yin) Hsiao draw on their experiences in Romania and Rwanda to discuss the establishment of protected areas & how this affects the relationship between local communities' and their environments.
This two-day workshop at the University of Rwanda examines non-violent & community approaches to conservation in the key conflict zones of Sub-Saharan Africa.
Edited by Esther Marijnen, Lotje De Vries and Rosaleen Duffy
Dan Brockington and Rosaleen Duffy respond to a recent article advocating militarised approaches to conservation.
'Conservation Law Enforcement: Policing Protected Areas' has just been published in Annals of the American Association of Geographers.
A BuzzFeed News investigation reveals allegations of torture and killings
Confronted with the brutality of wildlife poaching, the urge to hurt the perpetrators is primal and understandable. A military response might even be an effective conservation strategy — but for how long? And at what cost?
A new paper in Biological Conservation critically analysing the militarisation of conservation
This podcast features Dr Francis Masse, who reflects on race, poverty, poaching and anti-poaching