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Latest human-wildlife conflict news
20 Jan 2017

As governments from twelve snow leopard range countries meet in Kathmandu this week to increase ...

22 Oct 2015

Warming world threatens endangered big cat and water supplies for millions of people

27 Jun 2012

In a bold move against poaching and illegal wildlife trade, Gabon is expected to burn its ...

29 Feb 2012

Fikri Pohan and Evatma Dewi said ‘yes’ to each other, for better or worse, in a unique marriage ...

08 Feb 2012

 American companies and consumers are inadvertently contributing to Indonesian rain forest and ...

16 Dec 2011

A document released today by WWF and partners confirms that a supplier to paper giant Asia Pulp and ...

21 Sep 2011

On the occasion of the second annual World Rhino Day, WWF tomorrow will join the residents of ...

07 Sep 2011

Ugandan wildlife officials and staff of conservation organizations today began a census of ...

18 Jul 2011

WWF-India and authorities join hands with communities for long-term conservation of the River ...

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Latest human-wildlife conflict publications
03 Sep 2008

This paper reports on promoting co-management involving participatory management planning at ...

23 Jul 2008

The study shows how people’s livelihoods status is going through a change after being involved in ...

13 May 2008

The WWF report ‘Common Ground’ assesses cases of Human Wildlife Conflict (HWC), focusing on ...

14 Feb 2008

The latest document on the theme sustainable livelihoods, focuses on the compensation mechanism for ...

26 Oct 2006

Human wildlife conflict

16 Oct 2006

In many parts of the world, people and animals are increasingly coming into conflict over living ...

08 Mar 2006

In many parts of the world, people and animals are increasingly coming into conflict over living ...

16 Oct 2003

Human-wildlife conflict is one of the main threats to the continued survival of many species, in ...

02 Oct 2003

In the last seven years, 200 people in Kenya were killed by wildlife. A far greater number were ...

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