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Conservation and Society
An interdisciplinary journal exploring linkages between society, environment and development
Conservation and Society
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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 2020 (JIF 2020) for Conservation & Society is 3.203. The journal is indexed with Web of Science, SCOPUS, Social Sciences Citation Index, Scimago Journal Ranking and DOAJ.

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2021  July-September | Vol  19 | Issue  3
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Rhinos as “The Mine” and the Fugitive Meanings of Illegal Wildlife Hunting
Rebecca Witter
Most scholarship and policy documentation that examines the problem of “rhino poaching” assumes that the potential for economic gain drives impoverished people to hunt threatened and end...
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Engaging End-Users to Maximise Uptake and Effectiveness of a New Species Recovery Assessment: The IUCN Green Status of Species
Molly K Grace, Hannah L Timmins, Elizabeth L Bennett, Barney Long, EJ Milner-Gulland, Nigel Dudley
When developing a novel conservation assessment, tradeoffs between generality and precision, and between realism and simplicity, will inevitably need to be made. Engaging potential end-users during ...
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Conservation's All about Having a Blether and Getting People on Board: Exploring Cooperation for Conservation in Scotland
Sam Staddon
A 'blether' is a colloquial Scottish term signifying 'a lengthy chat between friends', and this paper draws its inspiration from the conservationist who suggested that 'having a ...
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