Analyzing Google search data to debunk myths about the public's interest in conservation

@inproceedings{Burivalova2018AnalyzingGS,
  title={Analyzing Google search data to debunk myths about the public's interest in conservation},
  author={Zuzana Burivalova and Rhett Butler and David S. Wilcove},
  year={2018}
}
B conservation can succeed only if it has public support (Sarkar 2005). Policy change rarely occurs based on scientists’ recommendations alone, no matter how sound they are; policy makers, for example, typically make changes only in response to mounting public pressure (Phillis et al. 2013). Much of conservation is implemented by nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) that rely directly on public support (Ladle et al. 2016), and marketbased conservation strategies, such as certification or… CONTINUE READING

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