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  • Announcing New CEESP Appointments

    31.10.2018

    CEESP News - by Kristen Walker, CEESP Chair Congratulations to CEESP members in their new roles!

  • Community representatives from around the world gather at ZSL in London, for a preparatory "Community Voices" meeting for the London Conference IWT, co-organised by IUCN SULi, IIED, ZSL, TRAFFIC and FFI Community representatives from around the world gather at ZSL in London, for a preparatory "Community Voices" meeting for the London Conference IWT, co-organised by IUCN SULi, IIED, ZSL, TRAFFIC and FFI Photo: Jonathan Perugia/Gaia Visual

    Community Voices in the Illegal Wildlife Trade Debate

    31.10.2018

    CEESP News - by Rosie Cooney, outgoing Chair of the IUCN CEESP/SSC Sustainable Use and Livelihoods Specialist Group (SULi) Who gets to have a say in how wildlife is conserved? Whose perspectives and interests count? The illegal wildlife trade (IWT...

  • IUCN Mexico Forum Participants of the Mexican National Committee Forum in Mexico City Photo: Ame Ramos Castillo

    Highlighting Human Dimensions of Conservation

    29.10.2018

    CEESP News - by Ameyali Ramos, CEESP Deputy Chair   The Mexican National Committee of IUCN Members hosted a Forum in Mexico City, Mexico from 23 to 25 October 2018. The Forum provided an opportunity to review the progress of IUCN Mexican Member...

  • Photo of protests by Avik Roy Photo: Avik Roy

    Democracy in the Woods: Environmental Conservation and Social Justice in India, Tanzania, and Mexico

    29.10.2018

    CEESP News - by Dr. Prakash Kashwan, Univesity of Connecticut  How do societies negotiate the apparently competing agendas of environmental protection and social justice? Why do some countries perform much better than others? Democracy in the Woods...

  • At the festivities in central Mexico it is common for rural communities to use masks, decorations and costumes depicting the jaguar At the festivities in central Mexico, it is common for rural communities to use masks, decorations, and costumes depicting the jaguar. Photo: Angel Daen Morales Garcia

    Jaguars and Culture: Public Policies for Integrated Conservation in Mexico

    17.10.2018

    CEESP News - Angel Daen Morales Garcia and Jonatan Job Morales Garcia In collaboration with the Federal Congresswoman Erika Aracelia Rodriguez Hernandez, and as part of the Biofutura A.C conservation strategies for the jaguar, a proposal was...

  • CEESP Member Accomplishments - Fall 2018

    08.10.2018

    We would like to highlight recent professional achievements made by our accomplished CEESP members! 

  • Harvesting octopus from a locally managed marine area in Aceh, Indonesia Credit: A’al Syafrizaldi/FFI Harvesting octopus from a locally managed marine area in Aceh, Indonesia Photo: A’al Syafrizaldi/FFI

    Biodiversity conservation initiatives have unfulfilled potential to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals

    08.10.2018

    CEESP News - by Dr. Helen Schneider, Flora and Fauna International The University of Cambridge has launched an online tool to help conservationists identify how biodiversity projects can contribute to the SDG targets. The tool draws on the experiences of...

  • Green Crime in Mexico Photo: Ines Arroyo

    Green Crime in Mexico

    03.10.2018

    CEESP News - by Dr. Ines Arroyo-Quiroz and Tanya Wyatt Green Crime in Mexico: A Collection of Case Studies (2018) offers a unique exploration of the key green criminological issues in Mexico. Builds on a rapidly growing area of scholarship in Latin...

  • Figure 4 Photo: Andre Francisco Pilon

    Returning Earth to Mankind and Mankind to Earth: An Ecosystemic Approach to Advocacy, Public Policies, Research and Teaching Programmes

    03.10.2018

    CEESP News - by André Francisco Pilon, University of São Paulo / Int. Academy of Science, Health & Ecology In view of the overwhelming pressures on the global environment and the need to disrupt the systems that drive them, an ecosystemic...

  • The Deep South Photo: © Frans Lanting / lanting.com

    Madagascar's Southern Region: A socio-economic, historic, cultural, political, anthropological and environmental analysis

    01.10.2018

    CEESP News - by Tim Healy, AQUATERRE "The Deep South" study walks us from the past to the present examining the evolution of the semi-arid lands of southern Madagascar. From trading to semi-nomadism to sedentary agriculture, the peoples of the region have...

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