Convivial conservation podcast: Laila Sandroni (Episode 2)
From Judith Krauss
The second episode of the convivial conservation podcast is a conversation between Dr Laila Thomaz Sandroni, University of São Paulo (BR), post-doctoral fellow on the Brazilian team of the CONVIVA – convivial conservation research project, and Dr Judith Krauss, University of Sheffield (UK), also CONVIVA post-doc. It was recorded on 19 November 2019 at the University of Wageningen (NL).
In the podcast, Laila explains ‘like I am five years old’ (The Office-style) what the Brazilian part of the CONVIVA project are working on in jaguar conservation (00:45). Afterwards, we talk about the fascinating interdisciplinary, diverse make-up of the Brazilian CONVIVA team and what their work has focused on in the project's first year in a challenging environment (02:15). We discuss what they are hoping to do going forward in their two quite different study sites, Parque Nacional Foz do Iguaçu and Carlos Botelho, with a particular emphasis on knowledge exchange and stakeholder engagement (18:20). Finally, we end on something convivial, something hopeful (29:25).
All music by KO:MI.
The CONVIVA - convivial conservation research project is funded by NORFACE/The Belmont Forum.
Thanks very much for listening!