How the urban illegal bushmeat trade can operate in Central Africa

Abstract

Bushmeat, or wild-caught animals used for food, continues to be a predominant choice of protein in Central Africa. Traditional hunting for consumption at low human population densities is not considered a threat to abundant... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Sarah Gluszek (Michigan State University)
  2. Michelle Wieland (Wildlife Conservation Society)
  3. Rachel Boratto (Michigan State University)
  4. Meredith Gore (Michigan State University)

Topic Areas

Topics: Wildlife Trafficking/Demand Reduction , Topics: Wildlife in an Ecosystem Services Paradigm

Session

D1-3B » Wildlife Trafficking and Poaching (15:30 - Tuesday, 9th January, Kuiseb 2)

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