Human wildlife interactions: turning conflict into 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. However, shifting... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Jenny Anne Glikman (San Diego Zoo Global)
  2. Beatrice Frank (Capital Regional District of Victoria)
  3. Silvio Marchini (University of Sao Paulo)
  4. Ketil Skogen (Norwegian Institute for Nature Research)
  5. Neil Carter (Boise State university USA)
  6. Jeremy Bruskotter (Ohio State University)
  7. Maarten Jacobs (Wageningen University & Research)

Topic Areas

Topics: Social-ecological systems as a framework for conservation management , Topics: Management of Human-Wildlife Conflicts: Large Carnivores in Europe , Topics: Natural Resource and Conservation Stakeholders: Managing Expectations and Engageme


M-B1 » Human-Wildlife Interactions: Turning Conflict into Coexistence Organized Session (13:15 - Monday, 17th September, Marmorsaal)

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