Human-wildlife conflicts and the need to include tolerance and coexistence


For some, the discussion of conflict or coexistence may be a matter of semantics. In terms of working toward solutions, concentrating on mechanisms of coexistence is more positive than mitigating conflicts. As increasingly... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Jenny Anne Glikman (San)
  2. Beatrice Frank (Capital Regional District of Victoria)
  3. Silvio Marchini (University of Sao Paulo)

Topic Areas

Topics: Social-Ecological Systems/Coupled Human-Natural Systems , Topics: Human-Wildlife Conflict , Topics: Cognitive Research (Values, Attitudes, Behaviors)


D2-1C » Coexistence: Looking at the glass 1/2 full (08:00 - Wednesday, 10th January, Kuiseb 3)

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