In the final podcast of the series, Laure Joanny & George Iordăchescu discuss how the drones and databases adopted by governments and protected areas are taking the conservation sector into uncharted territory..
In our latest podcast, Anh Vu and Jared Margulies discuss demand in illegal wildlife products and the communications campaigns that have developed to try and address this issue, with a particular focus on Vietnam.
In our third podcast, researchers George Iordăchescu & Elaine (Lan Yin) Hsiao draw on their experiences in Romania and Rwanda to discuss the establishment of protected areas & how this affects the relationship between local communities' and their environments.
The Political Ecology Reading Group Feb-May programme has now been published.
Welcome to the second instalment of BIOSEC & Bubbles, our new podcast mini-series. In this episode, presenter Laure Joanny talks to Rosaleen Duffy and Francis Masse about researching responses to wildlife trafficking and maintaining a dialogue with conservation practitioners and policy makers.
Exploring the convergence of conservation and crime narratives and how this influences responses to the illegal wildlife trade
Welcome to BIOSEC & Bubbles, our new podcast mini-series! Presented by Laure Joanny and featuring contributions from BIOSEC team members, guest academics and researchers, the series takes an in-depth look at the key issues facing conservation and illegal wildlife trade.
Laure Joanny will be talking about her research at a storytelling workshop, as part of the Tales from the Global South project.
What is the Future of Political Ecology? Reflections from our roundtable held in Sheffield on 22 October.
The 2019 Annual International Conference in London, from 28 - 30 August 2019.