Workshop Programme with Abstracts
We're delighted to share the programme for our workshop on 5-6 July, on Etosha-Kunene Conservation Conversations: knowing, protecting and being-with nature, from Etosha Pan to the Skeleton Coast.
We have a packed cross-disciplinary programme planned around five main panels:
"Landscape approaches and local knowledge in Kunene"
"People, lions and CBNRM"
"Social lives of conservation in north-west Namibia"
"After eviction and prospects for future conservation".
We are especially pleased to welcome contributions from researchers with Namibia's Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism, the Lion Rangers Programme, Save the Rhino Trust, the University of Namibia, Ongava Research Centre, Gobabeb Namib Research Institute, Etendeka Mountain Camp and Tsintsabis Trust.
We also look forward to exchanges with colleagues at Oxford Brooks University, University of the Witwatersrand, the University of Aberdeen, Universität Hamburg, School for Field Studies - Kenya Programme, University of Goettingen, and University of Wageningen.
Please feel free to take a look at our workshop programme and abstracts, available here: