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Lions, Landscapes and Local Livelihoods

Professor Andrew Loveridge will speak about his research and conservation work in the vast Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area of southern Africa. He and his team research the behaviour and ecology ... Read full story

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Interdisciplinary Conservation Network 2020/2021

The Interdisciplinary Conservation Network (ICN) is a bi-annual workshop that provides a select group of early-career researchers with a unique opportunity to produce a collaborative piece of research, take part in skill-building sessions, and develop ... Read full story

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Heron Allen Lecture 2019, The changing nature of conservation in a humanized world, Dr David Western

Dr David Western began research into savannas ecosystems at Amboseli in 1967, looking at the interactions of humans and wildlife. His work, unbroken since then, has served as a barometer of changes in the savannas ... Read full story

Start date: 08 Mar 2019
End date: 08 Mar 2019

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Conflict resolution for the future of biodiversity conservation

October 28, 2021

12:15pm - 1:15pm GMT  This talk is live in person at the Oxford Martin School and also online. Register to attend in person here. Register for the livestream here. About To be able to withstand the additional pressures ... Read full story

Start date: 16 Nov 2021

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Project Management for Wildlife Conservation

August 13, 2019

Developed specifically for wildlife conservationists, this workshop will provide you with the project management skills to run any conservation project efficiently and effectively.

Start date: 09 Oct 2019
End date: 11 Oct 2019

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WildCRU Conservation Geopolitics Forum

September 18, 2018

The objective of this ground-breaking conference is to spark a scholarly and practically-minded conversation around Conservation Geopolitics – how it shapes global trends that threaten wildlife, and how it might work as a site of ... Read full story

Start date: 20 Mar 2019
End date: 22 Mar 2019

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