CONFLICTING INTERESTS?: Exploring conservation and human-animal relationships

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CONFLICTING INTERESTS?: Exploring conservation and human-animal relationships

Time: November 2, 2013 from 10:30am to 5pm
Location: Horniman Museum
Street: 100 London Road
City/Town: London SE23 3PQ
Website or Map: http://www.conflictinginteres…
Event Type: public, outreach, event
Organized By: Nafisa Fera
Latest Activity: Oct 1, 2013

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How do different cultural understandings and relationships with animals affect conservation practices? In this interdisciplinary event, anthropologists, biologists and conservationists will demonstrate the interconnections between the lives of people and animals in relation to conservation and ecosystem management. Through films, talks and exhibitions, participants will explore current case studies which investigate the often competing needs of wildlife and interrelated groups such as: local communities, subsistence farmers, hunter gatherers, NGOs, eco-tourism companies and commercial enterprises.

Part of the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences

This event is free, but tickets must be booked.  To book tickets go to: http://www.conflictinginterests.eventbrite.com/

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