Wildlife governance in an era of social change: how science, politics, and culture influence conservation governance
Wildlife conservation faces unprecedented ecological challenges in the years ahead. But it is the human dimensions of conservation, from competing values to inequities in access to power, that pose the most significant threat to these efforts in the near term. As values toward wildlife shift in response to modernization and more people become engaged in political activism around conservation issues, wildlife organizations in the public and non-profit sector face calls for governance reform to bring a broader diversity of the public into conservation efforts. Such inclusive and pluralistic models ...
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