What’s it like to be a whale in the 21st century?
How fishing communities in South Africa are fighting for their traditional rights to the ocean
Science, Not Silence
The Greatest Weapon in the Fight to Save Science
Science and Politics
Ken-Betwa link creating, not solving, water woes
Bull trawling conflicts in the Uttara Kannada coast: an opportunity for a bottom-up review of the Karnataka Marine Fisheries Law
Rabies: a neglected killer
Quest for geothermal energy in Kenya: challenges for conservation
Melemchi: a history of herders
'Live' from the wild
Bridging the gap between humans and elephants: from anthropology to ecology
Understanding the humans in fisheries
Living with change: local responses to global impacts in India’s oceanic coral reefs
Studying zoo animals: Why it’s worth the effort
Managing man’s best friend in a Trans-Himalayan landscape
Palming off the forests: social and ecological implications of introducing oil palm plantations in North-east India
The paradox of militarised conservation and justice in decentralised forestry
Appetite for travel
Reviving extinct species – future of science or fool’s errand?
Asian vulture crisis – 40 million gone, but have we reached a turning point?
People, the ocean and marine protected area governance
Marine wilderness or peopled seas?
Marine parks in India – a case for maritime environmentalism
Preserving wildlife for posterity and prosperity: an ecotourism case study
Reconciling the relationship between humans and wolves
Pink birds in the red
Lion About in Livingstone
Empowering local communities in Kenya to conserve lions
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