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The hazardous journey of humans and eels

Why should we care about eels? In this story, Rosaleen Duffy talks about the day she met an eel face to face, reflecting on the hazards faced by eels on their long journey from the Sargasso sea to…

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Self-reflective research on human-carnivore conflict

Joseph Hamm's research centres on human-carnivore conflict in Tanzania. Here, he discusses how other conflicts (some internal, others external) influence his research and what this says about…

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Conservation rangers and security

Why is the ecological political? In this short story, doctoral researcher Sara van der Hoeven describes several surprising encounters with community wildlife rangers in northern Kenya in and outside…

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Encountering conspiracy theorists

Sanna Komi tells a story of wolf conservation in the post-truth era in Finland. She recalls encounters with people living next to wolves, and endeavours to understand what lies beyond post-truth…

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A future together is possible: will you make a vow?

Svongwa Nemadire tells a story of life in the township and a lecture abroad, which stirred him towards social justice research. He returned to Africa to stay in the village. There, he witnessed the…

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Living with elephants in the villages near Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania

Dr Ruth Wairimu John from the Open University of Tanzania tells a story of how human-wildlife co-existence can be improved through the incorporation of traditional and Indigenous knowledge in the…

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A tale of wolves, dogs, people, and some stinky Spanish cheese

Hanna Pettersson tells a story about the intricate challenge of sharing space with wolves, and why we should hail pragmatism in conservation. She gives examples of people, places and situations…

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Convivial conservation podcast: Revati Pandya, Hanna Pettersson, Valentina Fiasco and Kate Massarella (July 2022)

The seventh episode of the convivial conservation podcast is all about the special section 'Exploring convivial conservation in theory and practice' in the journal Conservation &…

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Convivial conservation podcast: Kate Massarella, Judith Krauss, Wilhelm Kiwango, Rob Fletcher (Episode 6, Conviva special section)

The sixth episode of the convivial conservation podcast is all about the special section 'Exploring convivial conservation in theory and practice' in the journal Conservation & Society,…

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Convivial conservation podcast: Alex McInturff, Pete Alagona (Episode 5)

In the fifth episode of the convivial conservation podcast, Dr Alex McInturff, now working for USGS and the University of Washington, and Prof Pete Alagona, faculty member from the University of…

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Convivial conservation podcast: Mathew Bukhi Mabele, Wilhelm Kiwango, Dan Brockington (Episode 4)

In the fourth episode of the convivial conservation podcast, Dr Wilhelm Kiwango and Dr Mathew Bukhi Mabele, the Tanzanian team of the CONVIVA – convivial conservation research project, share…

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Convivial conservation podcast: Sanna Komi, Anja Nygren (Episode 3)

In the third episode of the convivial conservation podcast, Sanna Komi, PhD researcher, and Prof Anja Nygren, the Finnish team of the CONVIVA – convivial conservation research project, share…

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Convivial conservation podcast: Laila Sandroni (Episode 2)

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…

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Convivial conservation podcast: Bram Büscher (Episode 1)

The first episode of the convivial conservation podcast, recorded on 19 November 2019, is a conversation between Prof Bram Büscher, University of Wageningen (NL), co-leader of the CONVIVA…

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Connecting Places for Nature, People and Peace

This is a story of how researcher Elaine (Lan Yin) Hsiao became enthralled in the ancient elephant and forest corridors criss-crossing continents. The corridors are now divided or destroyed by…

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Permits, geolocation and the forest: the story of a research stay in Indonesia

Laure Joanny recalls her experience of learning about the technologies keeping watch over Indonesia’s forest and wildlife, while having to report to the national authorities.

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