Tag: Wildlife Conservation Society

The Wildlife Conservation Society

Effects of social networks on interventions to change conservation behaviour

We investigated how network processes such as information flows and social influence influenced behavior change in the context of a social marketing campaign to promote a wildlife poisoning hotline in Cambodia.

Combining simulation and empirical data to explore the scope for social network interventions in conservation

Using empirical data from a case study in Cambodia and simulations we examine the conditions under which using sociometric data can lead to greater dissemination of information and adoption of new conservation behaviours.

Using mixed methods to understand sensitive wildlife poisoning behaviours in northern Cambodia

Using the theory of planned behaviour, informant interviews and focus group discussions, we investigated drivers of wildlife poisoning across ten communities in northern Cambodia.

Estimating hunting prevalence and reliance on wild meat in Cambodia’s Eastern Plains

We assessed hunter behaviour, knowledge of rules, and perceptions of patrols amongst 705 households living within Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary, Cambodia

Searching for Snares – how much effort is enough?

Harriet presented preliminary findings from her fieldwork at the the Asian-Pacific Chapter Meeting of the Association of Tropical Biology and Conservation.

Learning From Observational Data To Improve Protected Area Management

Law enforcement is an essential part of Protected Area (PA) management. This project aims to determine how patrol data can best be analysed by PA managers to monitor enforcement effort, inform future patrolling strategies, and motivate rangers.