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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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2016  January-March | Vol  14 | Issue  1
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Article
Impacts of reintroduced bison on first nations people in Yukon, Canada: Finding common ground through participatory research and social learning
Douglas A Clark, Linaya Workman, Thomas S Jung
From 1988-1992 wood bison (Bison bison athabascae) were transplanted to the southwest Yukon, inadvertently creating concerns among local First Nations about their impacts on other wildlife, hab...
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Jaguar conservation in southern Belize: Conflicts, perceptions, and prospects among mayan hunters
Michael K Steinberg
Belize has emerged as an international leader in jaguar conservation through the creation of numerous protected areas that contain prime cat habitat and by strengthening conservation laws. For example...
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The good, the ugly and the dirty harry's of conservation: Rethinking the anthropology of conservation NGOs
Peter Bille Larsen
For the past decade, narrative portrayals of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) growing big, 'ugly', and business-minded have become common in both social science and public discourse. At a...
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