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Conservation and Society
An interdisciplinary journal exploring linkages between society, environment and development
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Conservation and Society Conservation and Society is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary open access journal dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practice of conservation.

Conservation and Society is a Platinum Open Access journal with an Impact Factor of 1.904 (2019). The journal is indexed with Web of Science, SCOPUS, Social Sciences Citation Index, Scimago Journal Ranking and DOAJ.

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2020  July-September | Vol  18 | Issue  3
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Dissonant Views of Socioecological Problems: Local Perspectives and Conservation Policies in Xochimilco, Mexico
Maya Rubio, Fernanda Figueroa, Luis Zambrano
Social participation in the design and implementation of conservation policies has become increasingly relevant. Despite the recognition of the importance of local communities' perspectives in t...
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Ethical Publishing in Biodiversity Conservation Science
Diogo Veríssimo, Thomas Pienkowski, Melissa Arias, Laure Cugnière, Hunter Doughty, Mirjam Hazenbosch, Emiel de Lange, Annalyse Moskeland, Molly Grace
For many researchers, particularly in academia, publishing in peer-reviewed journals is a necessity, with major implications for their career progression. Yet, it is increasingly recognised that the...
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Hunter-Gatherers, Farmers, and Environmental Degradation in Botswana
Robert K Hitchcock, Nicholas Winer, Melinda C Kelly
Many governments and conservation organisations have argued that hunter-gatherers, farmers and pastoralists are responsible, in considerable part, for environmental degradation and biodiversity loss...
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