Conservation Ninja Course on Human-animal Coadaptation, Aug 5-8, Chorao, Goa

  • From:
    August 5, 2017
  • To:
    August 8, 2017
  • Timing:
    9:00AM to 5:00PM
  • Location:
    Wild Otters Field Base, Chorao
  • City:
    Goa 403523
  • Website

Background:

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.

Facilitators:

Aritra Kshettry, Iravati Majgaonkar, Mrunal Ghosalkar, Dhee, Shweta Shivkumar, Nikit Surve, Vidya Athreya and Atul Borker

Hosts:

Wild Otters, WCS-India, Project Waghoba

Target audience:

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.

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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.

Topics Addressed:

  • What is conflict?
  • What is co-adaptation?
  • Case studies on human-wildlife interactions
  • Stakeholder analysis – Sculpting and mapping Indian conservation scenario

Course Fee:

For Students ₹ 7000, For Professionals ₹ 9000 (includes basic food, accommodation and travel during the workshop)

Contact:

For Tickets / to book your seat / to check availability send an email to atul@wildotters.com

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