Tag: conservation conflicts

Can games help us to understand and manage conservation conflicts?

A workshop at the Grimsö Wildlife Research Station in Sweden discussed the role games might play in tackling conservation conflicts.

Credit: Jeremy Cusack

New Conservation Conflict Research Group

Aidan Keane, Zac Baynham-Herd and Chris Pollard were all present for the inaugural meeting of a new Conservation Conflict Research Group.

Josiane Segar

Josie's dissertation research investigates barriers to movement and migration of ungulates across the Great Plains of North America

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“Gorilla Warfare”

Conservation PhD student Zac Baynham-Herd talks conservation, politics, and re-framing 'human-wildlife conflict' at the Bright Club stand up comedy show, Edinburgh, 28/07/16

Game of Lions

Zac's PhD project uses experimental approaches to study conservation conflicts in northern Tanzania

Zac Baynham-Herd

Zac’s PhD explores how conflicts are conceptualised and how conservationists intervene to resolve them, focusing on a Wildlife Management Area in Northern Tanzania as a case-study.

Using game theory for understanding and managing conservation conflict

Chris's PhD research uses frameworks from common-pool resource literature and game theory to explore conflict over goose numbers in the Scottish islands.

Chris Pollard

Chris’s research is focused on studying the way people in conservation conflicts make decisions.

Aidan Keane

Chancellor's Fellow & Senior Lecturer in Conservation Science; Research Group Leader