Antioch University New England recently held its 12th annual CTEC Symposium, “New Approaches to Conservation Conflicts.” Keynote Dr. Adrian Treves presented on rethinking biodiversity preservation and conservation conflicts, and talked about human-wildlife relations in the Bandipur Tiger reserve, the Dakota Access Pipeline conflicts and indigenous rights, and collaboration in environmental management.
The Annual CTEC Symposium brings together researchers, professionals, educators, and students to learn about and become involved in the application of new approaches to conservation conflicts. Participants learn about conservation conflict transformation, bridging conflicts between agriculture and conservation, managing human-wildlife conflicts, reducing conflicts over land use and biodiversity, and reducing human conflicts that undermine conservation and wildlife management.
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Learn more about the Conservation Biology concentration of the MS in Environmental Studies at Antioch University New England