4 edition of Human conflict in conservation found in the catalog.
Human conflict in conservation
by Har-Anand Publications in association with Vikas Pub. House in New Delhi
Written in English
|Statement||Himraj Dang ; under the auspices of Society for Development Alternatives.|
|Series||Sustainable development series ;, 8|
|Contributions||Society for Development Alternatives.|
|LC Classifications||QH75 .D35 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||255 p. :|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||91902864|
From convincing people about the importance of this gentle giant listed in the IUCN Red Data book could reduce the human elephant conflict. The eco-friendly bus service which was introduced to Wasgamuwa could be considered as a great example of . The findings suggest the need to address the issue of human-wildlife conflict in the context of sustainable conservation practice through a combination of indigenous and conventional rationales to.
3. Born Free. U.K.-based conservation group Born Free is currently involved in addressing the cause and alleviating the effects of human-elephant conflict in Sri Lanka. Shrinking elephant habitats Author: Aisling Maria Cronin. Commensalism and Conflict: The Human-primate Interface. James D. Paterson, Janette Wallis. American Society of Primatologists, - Commensalism - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Conservation Implications Amongst.
Conservation Action Plan. It is essential that elephant–human conflict mitigation becomes an integral part of the national elephant conservation policy. Currently there is an inordinate stress on conflict mitigation measures such as erecting electric fences, while little is done . Conservation Criminology promotes thinking about how unsustainable natural resources exploitation is a cause and a consequence of social conflict. Case studies profiled in the book demonstrate this cause and effect type situation, as well as innovative approaches for .
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Human-Wildlife Conflict will be essential reading for graduate students and established researchers in the field of marine conservation biology. It will also be a valuable reference for a global audience of conservation practitioners, wildlife managers, and other conservation professionals.5/5(1).
Book Description. This book places lion conservation and the relationship between people and lions both in historical context and in the context of the contemporary politics of conservation in Africa.
The killing of Cecil the Lion in July brought such issues to the public’s attention. Human-wildlife conflict is an urgent challenge for Human conflict in conservation book.
Framing human-wildlife interactions strictly as conflict, however, limits the array of solutions. With a broader perspective that emphasises tolerance and coexistence, this book presents solutions to turn conflict into coexistence.5/5(2).
Keith Somerville’s remarkable book offers pragmatic solutions to lion conservation. Humans and Lions: Conflict, Conservation and Coexistence. Routledge Environmental Humanities; Paperbound: pages, by inches (15x23 cm), ISBN ; ISBN $, £ from Barnes & Noble, Amazon, etc.
Prof. Keith Somerville’s latest book. Title: Human Conflict in Conservation Author: Himraj Dang Published by: Development Alternatives B, Tara Crescent, Qutub Institutional Area New Delhi Price: Rs.
/- (US$ ): In designing development strategies that are sustainable, conservation of wilderness areas plays a special l and relatively undisturbed habitats are important not only for the in situ.
Conservation conflicts: an increasing global problem. Across the globe, conservation is increasingly in conflict with other human activities. Although such conflicts can positively influence change 1, 2 they are often destructive, costly, and not only undermine effective conservation, but also prevent economic development, social equality, and resource sustainability 3, by: Conflicts over the conservation of biodiversity are increasing and are serious obstacles to wildlife conservation efforts worldwide.
Changing patterns in land use, over-exploitation, pollution, climate change and the threat posed by invasive species all challenge the way we currently maintain and protect biodiversity - from the local management of single species to the international management.
A brief history of human-wildlife conflict 2 Human-wildlife conflict around the world 3 2. Human-wildlife conflict: the issues 5 Typology of human-wildlife conflict 5 Causes of human-wildlife conflict 14 Consequences for humans 25 Consequences for wildlife conservation 32 3.
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New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications in association with Vikas Pub. The book about conservation conflict, edited by four experienced scientists (Redpath, Wood, Gutierrez and Young) is not just an academic treatise.
It introduces us to the challenge that “as pressures on the environment from ever-increasing numbers of people and demands for natural resources grow, so must the number of conservation problems”.
Furthermore, the region has been at the crossroads of civil unrest and armed conflict for more than a decade, with untold human casualties and displacement (including conservation staff), devastation of wildlife, and loss of the integrity of protected areas. This book places lion conservation and the relationship between people and lions both in historical context and in the context of the contemporary politics of conservation in Africa.
The killing of Cecil the Lion in July brought such issues to the public’s attention. Were lions threatened in. Conservation conflicts are some of the most intractable problems facing conservation and are increasing in frequency and intensity globally (Young et al., ).These conflicts negatively impinge upon biodiversity, livelihoods and human well-being, and therefore considerable effort is put into their management (Redpath et al., b).Conflicts involve situations where multiple stakeholders Cited by: Get this from a library.
Humans and lions: conflict, conservation and coexistence. [Keith Somerville] -- This book places lion conservation and the relationship between people and lions both in historical context and in the context of the contemporary politics of conservation in Africa.
The killing of. The book covers theory, principles, and practical applications of human–wildlife conflict work, making it accessible and usable for conservation practitioners, as well as of interest to researchers more concerned with a theoretical approach to the subject.
Human-Wildlife Conflict: Issues and Managements In book: Biodiversity Conservation Research, Management, Edition: 1st, Publisher: Himalaya Publishing House, Editors: and J.
Sethy, pp. Conservation conflicts are an increasing threat to many species of wildlife around the world (Madden, ; Michalski et al., ).As we have seen earlier in this book, conservation conflicts often serve as proxies for underlying social conflicts, including struggles over group recognition, empowerment, identity and status (Coate and Rosati, ; Burton, ; Satterfield, ; Madden, Cited by: 3.
The IUCN Species Survival Commission (SSC) Human-Wildlife Conflict Task Force, the Global Environment Facility-funded and World Bank-led Global Wildlife Program, and the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit at Oxford University's Department of Zoology will be hosting the International Conference on Human-Wildlife Conflict and Coexistence in Oxford, UK, in September Cheetahs: Biology and Conservation is a valuable resource for the regional and global communities of cheetah conservationists, researchers, and academics.
Although cheetah focussed the book provides information relevant to the study of broader topics such as wildlife conservation, captive breeding, habitat management, conservation biology and.
The coexistence between humans and mammals across Africa has led to Human Wildlife Conflict (HWC) due to the competition for limited natural resources. Over the past two decades, I have focused my research on conservation issues that either resulted from or induce human-wildlife conflict.
Conflicts are intensified in regions where dense human populations live in close proximity to nature, and Cited by: 1.Human-wildlife conflict is an urgent challenge for conservation.
Framing human-wildlife interactions strictly as conflict, however, limits the array of solutions. With a broader perspective that emphasises tolerance and coexistence, this book presents solutions to turn conflict into cturer: Cambridge University Press.Easy to read, this lucid and accessible textbook includes fifteen chapters that cover a full range of conservation topics, including threats to biodiversity, environmental laws, and protected areas management, as well as related topics such as sustainability, poverty, and human-wildlife conflict.