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.
The COVID-19 pandemic shows us that society has a hidden reservoir of deep trust in science, which needs to become the normality.
Increasing evidence stresses that economic growth deeply conflicts with goals of biodiversity conservation and sustainability, calling for a shift away from the current capitalist economy.
Philosophical and scientific debates continue on how to best conserve nature
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.
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.
Setting aside half of the Earth for nature could affect over a billion people
Some amongst the world’s most prominent scientists debate the future of trophy hunting