The Society for Conservation Biology today announced that E.J. Milner-Gulland has been recognised for her contributions to the field of conservation and biodiversity protection.
As part of the Darwin project 'Why eat wild meat?', the International Institute for Environment and Development and the Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science have launched two surveys in collaboration with Living Earth and FCTV to understand food choice as a driver of wild meat consumption.
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As a journalism student, I used to find reading the news daily an incredibly depressing task. Having a background in conservation, I was saddened to see that deforestation, species’ extinction and a whole cloud of doom and gloom seemed to be the only allowed angle to report on the environment.
Wild nature is declining rapidly but it is important to remember that amongst the stories of loss there are inspiring stories of regeneration and positive change as well with nature making a difference in people’s lives, and people valuing and nurturing their natural environment.
The Conservation Optimism Summit 2019, organised by the University of Oxford in partnership with Synchronicity Earth, will bring together people to share ideas and offer solutions for more empowering conservation while continuing to disrupt the doom and gloom narrative.