Why transforming biodiversity conservation conflict is essential and how to begin

@article{Peterson2013WhyTB,
  title={Why transforming biodiversity conservation conflict is essential and how to begin},
  author={M. N. Peterson and M. Peterson and T. Peterson and Kirsten M Leong},
  journal={Pacific Conservation Biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={19},
  pages={94-103}
}
Conserving biodiversity requires productive management of conflict. Currently, wildlife are often portrayed as conscious human antagonists, which must be fought. We suggest using the 'comic corrective' to experiment with ways to reframe human-human conflicts over wildlife management and wildlife damage. This requires a deep commitment to change, often made more palatable through humour. This effort to fight the use of the term human-wildlife conflict should not be interpreted as a call to… Expand
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