BIOSEC are participating in this year's POLLEN conference. Details of our plenary, panels and papers here.
Margulies, Wong and Duffy have responded to critique of their 2019 Geoforum piece “The imaginary ‘Asian Super Consumer’: A critique of demand reduction campaigns for the illegal wildlife trade”.
Rosaleen Duffy has been invited to talk at Pelicam International Film Festival, one of the leading green documentary festivals in Eastern Europe. The event 'PelicamTalks' will take place online on Sat 18 July and will be live-streamed.
Despite its eagerly anticipated publication, the EU Biodiversity Strategy 2030 lacks new and radical thinking about ways to develop an ecologically sustainable society, and risks producing and/or deepening serious inequalities and injustices.
The EPRS briefing on coronavirus and the wildlife trade was published this month.
The article 'Au cœur de l’Afrique, la guerre au nom de la nature' by Joan Tilouine examines the role of African Parks.
Rosaleen Duffy will visit ATREE, Banglore in March to give a talk and collaborate with academics from the Research Centre.
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.
White Rose Brussels event report released: IWT in Europe - Wild Birds & Caviar. The Knowledge Exchange Roundtable took place on 22 Jan 2020 at the European Parliament, Brussels.
Exploring the convergence of conservation and crime narratives and how this influences responses to the illegal wildlife trade