The article 'Au cœur de l’Afrique, la guerre au nom de la nature' by Joan Tilouine examines the role of African Parks.
This two-day workshop at the University of Rwanda examines non-violent & community approaches to conservation in the key conflict zones of Sub-Saharan Africa.
Edited by Esther Marijnen, Lotje De Vries and Rosaleen Duffy
Dan Brockington and Rosaleen Duffy respond to a recent article advocating militarised approaches to conservation.
This week features Prof Rosaleen Duffy, who speaks about her conservation research and her journal article ‘War, by Conservation’
As Kenya proposes the death penalty for poachers, BIOSEC's Francis Massé writes for The Conversation on why he's against capital punishment for illegal hunting and the problems with militarised conservation.
Francis Masse in conversation with Gianluca Cerullo on the intersections between biodiversity conservation and security and the growing trend of militarisation in conservation.
What can the world's 'first' National Park tell us about the current militarization of conservation? Francis Masse on Yellowstone Park, its military history, and how not to 'do' biodiversity conservation.
Animals are victims of human conflict, so can conservation help build peace in warzones? Only if we acknowledge that wildlife protection is not a politically-neutral activity, argue Esther Marijnen and Rosaleen Duffy in new article for The Conversation.
Article from Rosaleen Duffy in response to a recent Mongabay opinion piece that challenged critics of militarised conservation. Instead, she argues that justice for animals is not well served by perpetrating other injustices.