Designing wildlife-based tourism programmes for managing species of high conservation value


Wildlife-based tourism is widely heralded as a potential conservation tool yet controversy surrounds its actual contributions to conservation. While negative consequences are typically target technical problems in delivery,... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Jeff Muntifering (Minnesota Zoo)
  2. Susan Clark (Yale University)
  3. Andrew Knight (Imperial College of London)
  4. Wayne Linklater (Victoria University of Wellington)
  5. Simson Uri-khob (Save the Rhino Trust)

Topic Areas

Topics: Social-Ecological Systems/Coupled Human-Natural Systems , Topics: Wildlife, Tourism, and Recreation , Topics: Collaborative Conservation


D3-2B » Wildlife, Tourism and Recreation (10:30 - Thursday, 11th January, Omatako 1)

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