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.
Illegal snares set up to poach herbivores are also killing many carnivores
Can allowing culling increase the social tolerance of problem wildlife and consequently decrease poaching rates?
Hunting bans can negatively affect the wellbeing of local people and undermine conservation efforts.
Rhinos are poached for their horns: what if we could replace real horns with fake ones on the market?
What happens when people have contrasting interests on the conservation of wildlife? How do we deal with this kind of conflict?
The impact of fires on wildlife, with a focus on the ongoing fires in the Amazon