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Updates to document library

James Stevens - Thursday, January 31, 2019

Our online library has been live for 1 year! The IUCN SSC Human-Wildlife Conflict Task Force online library provides the most up-to-date literature on key topics in human-wildlife conflict and interactions, with over 900 selected papers, guides and other publications and resources, currently used by people from 140 countries. Over the last year resources have been added for many human-wildlife conflict topics including social res...

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People & Wildlife collaboration

James Stevens - Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Creating conservation solutions for living together The IUCN SSC Human-Wildlife Conflict Task Force is joining forces with WildCRU's People & Wildlife initiative. Established by WildCRU and the Born Free Foundation in 2004, P&W has provided a forum for practitioners dealing with human-wildlife conflict issues worldwide, promoting information exchange. Human-wildlife conflict is a global conservation challenge that requires...

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Our document library is live!

James Stevens - Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Our new document library is now live and can be found on the Resources tab of the website. In the document library, you will find some of the key literature on many human-wildlife conflict topics and species. This is not an exhaustive list of documents but has been put together by task force members to include some of the important literature members think practitioners should read when working on human-wildlife conflict. From conflict a...

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Second IUCN HWC TF meeting discusses outputs of task force

James Stevens - Friday, October 27, 2017

On 25-26 April 2017, members of the task force met in Oxford, UK, for a two-day meeting. The main purpose of the meeting was to discuss and develop some of the outputs of the task force. One of the main roles of the group is to provide interdisciplinary guidance to support the IUCN SSC network and other practitioners in addressing human-wildlife conflict. During our first meeting, back in 2016, we discussed three key questions ...

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