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An interdisciplinary journal exploring linkages between society, environment and development
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Conservation and Society Conservation and Society is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary open access journal dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practice of conservation.

Conservation and Society is an Open Access journal with an Impact Factor 2021 (JIF 2021) for Conservation & Society is 2.492. The journal is indexed with Web of Science, SCOPUS, Social Sciences Citation Index, Scimago Journal Ranking and DOAJ.

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2023  January-March | Vol  21 | Issue  1
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Research Article
Understanding the Market Drivers Behind the Reduced Demand for Ivory Products in Japan
Laura Thomas-Walters, Benoit Morkel, Takahiro KUBO, Michael 't Sas Rolfes, Robert J Smith, Diogo Veríssimo
Reducing demand for wildlife products has been recognised as an important global priority. However, consumer demand is a complicated phenomenon involving numerous interacting biological and socio-ec...
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The Absent Agent: Orangutans, Communities, and Conservation in Indonesian Borneo
Viola Schreer
In a time of unprecedented species loss, whose absence matters in international biodiversity conservation? Who or what is made absent in this process, and how? Drawing on scholarship that focuses on...
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Different Natures of Reality Inform Different Realities of Nature: What Karen Perceptions of Forest Reveal about Nature Conservation in Indigenous Contexts
Man Han Chit Htoo, Bram Steenhuisen, Bas Verschuuren
Karen people's interactions with the forest are informed by their ontologies. Important aspects of these ontologies are the influence of spirits, the cycle of the moon and communication with non...
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