'Topographies of security and the multiple spatialities of (conservation) power: Verticality, surveillance, and space-time compression in the bush' has just been published in Political Geography
Evidence To Action: Research to Address Illegal Wildlife Trade' takes place at ZSL on 9th October 2018, in partnership with OMP-IWT, BIOSEC, ZSL-IoZ, DICE Kent and the Lancaster Environmental Centre
Dr. Annette Hübschle joins us on 15th October to give an open talk.
BIOSEC researcher voices concerns about militarised approaches to conservation as part of BBC Newsbeat documentary filmed in Malawi.
Members of the BIOSEC research team are convening panels and presenting papers at this year's POLLEN Conference in Oslo, 22-24 June 2018.
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.
On 7th June 2018, the BIOSEC team will be holding a Knowledge Exchange workshop with colleagues at Fauna & Flora International (FFI), followed by an open seminar.
Francis Masse in conversation with Gianluca Cerullo on the intersections between biodiversity conservation and security and the growing trend of militarisation in conservation.
BIOSEC Double Panel at AAG 2018: 'New and Changing Geographies of Wildlife Crime'.
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.