Balancing making a difference with making a living in the conservation sector
We asked 2694 conservationists working globally how satisfied they were with progress toward goals important to them and examined how this varied among different groups.
Impact of Tanzania’s Wildlife Management Areas on household wealth
We measure the impact of Tanzania’s Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs), a national community-based conservation and poverty reduction initiative using a novel, cost-effective impact evaluation method based on participatory wealth ranking and Bayesian multilevel modelling.
Impacts of land use intensification on human wellbeing: Evidence from rural Mozambique
Land use intensification frequently has unintended impacts on ecosystem services. Here, we we examine three case studies in rural Mozambique. Drawing on interviews, focus group discussions, 1576 household surveys and geospatial data from 27 Mozambican villages, we assess how wellbeing and inequality change with three common land use intensification pathways.