Reducing Human-Wildlife Conflict and Enhancing Coexistence

The conflict over natural resources such as land, water and food, is the root cause of human-wildlife conflict in many parts of Africa and Asia experiencing rapid population growth and shrinking habitats. Experts share solutions to enhance coexistence between people and wildlife at a gathering in Gabon's La Lopé National Park in April 2017 co-hosted by the World Bank-led Global Wildlife Program. Featured are Professor Lee White, Director of Gabon’s National Parks Agency, along with others from Gabon, France, Mozambique and the World Bank. "You can't eliminate human-wildlife conflict, you can only manage it." -- Elephant researcher Sumith Pilapitiya.

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- Jan 4, 2022
This is very informative video. I will start a new position soon on ecological corridor establishment and I would like to get a full options on methods. Is there any source of information you can share with me:

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- Dec 17, 2019
Reducing Human-Wildlife Conflict and Enhancing Coexistence


- Dec 4, 2019
Reducing Human-Wildlife Conflict and Enhancing Coexistence

Andradiet I.J

- Nov 9, 2019
scarcity of land and resources increase.So, the living things must compete with each other to survive. The competition will be harder and harder.


- Apr 5, 2019
World Bank ESF including ESS from 1 to 10 need to be applied seriously


- Apr 2, 2019
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- Mar 19, 2019
Sangat Bagus
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