The use of lethal removal in wildlife management may be losing stakeholder supportContinue reading "Morality and its Role in Wildlife Management"
In conservation we generally assume that introduced species are an ecological threat. Is that so or is the concept of non-native species another western cultural construct?Continue reading "Is it Time to Change How We Feel About Non-Native Species?"
The economic and cultural hegemony of the Global North on the South is conserving wildlife but oppressing indigenous and rural people. This calls for a change. Conservation doesn’t have to be brutal.Continue reading "Neo-Colonialism: The Dark Side of Today’s Conservation"
Just because we can, doesn’t mean we should. A new paper discusses the practical implications of de-extinction.Continue reading "What are the Risks of Bringing Species Back from Extinction?"
Philosophical and scientific debates continue on how to best conserve natureContinue reading "Conservation Science at a Crossroad"
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an unmatched economic crisis. The way governments will react to restart their economies will determine the fate of current environmental issues.Continue reading "The Future of Environmental Protection after COVID-19"
Can allowing culling increase the social tolerance of problem wildlife and consequently decrease poaching rates?Continue reading "Hunting Wildlife to Decrease Poaching Rates"
Climate change aggravates gender inequality issues, which in turn hamper our ability to effectively mitigate climate change.Continue reading "Climate Change is Exacerbating Gender Inequality"
How to deal with an ever increasing human population?Continue reading "Two Ways of Looking at How to Solve the Environmental Crisis"
Some amongst the world’s most prominent scientists debate the future of trophy huntingContinue reading "Scientists Debate the Future of Trophy Hunting"