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Conservation and Society
An interdisciplinary journal exploring linkages between society, environment and development
Conservation and Society
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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 was recognised as having high impact in the recent Australian Research Council evaluations of scholarly publications. Conservation & Society has been included in Scopus.

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2018  April-June | Vol  16 | Issue  2
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Special Section: Green Wars
Under Pressure: Conceptualising Political Ecologies of Green Wars
Bram Buscher, Robert Fletcher
This article introduces the special issue on 'Political Ecologies of Green Wars' and the research papers comprising it. While state-authorised and state-directed forms of violence in support...
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Special Section: Green Wars
Deploying Difference: Security Threat Narratives and State Displacement from Protected Areas
Elizabeth Lunstrum, Megan Ybarra
State actors are increasingly treating protected areas as sites of security threats and policing resident communities as though they are the cause of this insecurity. This is translating into commun...
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Special Section: Green Wars
Not Seeing the Cattle for the Elephants: The Implications of Discursive Linkages between Boko Haram and Wildlife Poaching in Waza National Park, Cameroon
Alice Kelly Pennaz, Mouadjamou Ahmadou, Mark Moritz, Paul Scholte
The decline of wildlife in Central and West African border parks has been directly linked to Islamic terrorism in the region in media and government discourse. Using Waza National Park in the Far No...
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