August 5, 2017
August 8, 2017
9:00AM to 5:00PM
Wild Otters Field Base, Chorao
Increasingly we are beginning to realize that in a country of a billion people, effective wildlife conservation requires a good knowledge of the human dimension. This aspect is rarely taught to us conservation practitioners and students but is extremely important for effective conservation outcomes.
Aritra Kshettry, Iravati Majgaonkar, Mrunal Ghosalkar, Dhee, Shweta Shivkumar, Nikit Surve, Vidya Athreya and Atul Borker
Wild Otters, WCS-India, Project Waghoba
We would like to invite people who want to work in the field of human wildlife interactions, whichever career goal they might have in this field.
What you will learn:
- The recent advances in knowledge of how humans and wildlife share spaces.
- Reasons why humans and wildlife share spaces.
- Better understanding of the human dimension of the issue.
- How we need to identify and engage with important stakeholders in order to achieve positive conservation outcome.
- What is conflict?
- What is co-adaptation?
- Case studies on human-wildlife interactions
- Stakeholder analysis – Sculpting and mapping Indian conservation scenario
For Students ₹ 7000, For Professionals ₹ 9000 (includes basic food, accommodation and travel during the workshop)
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