A new look at non-native species
It’s feeding time at the cleaner-fish cafe
The Bull, the Bear, and the Bumbley Bee!
Asian vulture crisis – 40 million gone, but have we reached a turning point?
Marine parks in India – a case for maritime environmentalism
Reconciling the relationship between humans and wolves
Pink birds in the red
Empowering local communities in Kenya to conserve lions
Conservation of Asiatic lions: where do we go now?
Translocations in South Africa: lion reintroductions in perspective
Here there be monsters (for now)
Marine mammal conservation and the role of research
Beyond business as usual: Why urban biodiversity indicators matter
Colombian urban-regional environments: Emerging ecosystems, emerging logics
Heritage trees of Cape Town: beacons of local history and culture
Human diseases: Insights obtained from wildlife research
Emerging Disease at the Human-Animal Interface
Health, disease, and wildlife conservation in the Pacific Islands
Indigenous knowledge and climate change in Australia
Conservation of networks
Connecting habitat patches in fragmented landscapes
Use of network analysis in food web conservation
The PES paradox
A pocketful of forests?
Buying our way out of environmental problems?
Citizens follow bees for science
Does REDD+ induce inclusive exploitation of forest people?
conflicted lands in east Africa
Human-nature dynamics through time
A tale of two Souths
The Eagle, The Endangered Species Act and Education
Discovering wildlife in Cambodia
Talk value to save coastal ecosystems
Passports for African sea turtles
Act Responsible at the Top
Olive and Green: Shades of Conflict Between Turtles & Fishers in India
Prioritizing the Tiger: A History of Human-Tiger Conflict in the Sundarbans
Making chairs for conservation
Invading the Andamans
Tackling Invasive Species: the story of a shrub in South Africa
How Lantana invaded India
Corals or Cola: between the devil and the deep blue sea
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