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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 an 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  October-December | Vol  18 | Issue  4
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Socio-economic and Environmental Implications of the Decline of Chilgoza Pine Nuts of Kinnaur, Western Himalaya
Aghaghia Rahimzadeh
Pinus gerardiana, or chilgoza pine nut, has played a significant socioeconomic role for the Kinnauri Tribal Peoples of Western Himalaya. This native species is declining, however, and as a r...
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Understanding Livelihoods for Protected Area Management: Insights from Northern Madagascar
Brittney I Vezina, Annick Ranaivoson, Julie H Razafimanahaka, Daudet Andriafidison, Herson Andrianirina, Khalady Ahamadi, Jeanneney Rabearivony, Charlie J Gardner
Protected Areas (PAs) are the most common approach to conservation globally; however, their effectiveness is unclear when neighbouring human communities are highly natural resource dependent. While ...
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Sport Hunting to Save Nature? The Case of Uganda
Amos Ochieng, Ingrid J Visseren-Hamakers, René Van Der Duim
After having banned sport hunting in 1979, Uganda reintroduced it in 2001 around Lake Mburo National Park, and in 2006 in the Kabwoya and Kaiso-Tonya Game Management Area, with the aim to reduce hum...
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