Human Wildlife Conflict – Response Teams: Global Lessons In Design, Operation, Monitoring, And Sustainability

Posted on 04 October 2019

Response Teams (RT) are set up to respond to conflict incidents between human and wildlife. However, there is very little practical guidance available for conservation professionals to design and run RTs. The report sets out to capture global lessons for setting up, managing, monitoring, and sustaining a RT. Findings here are the culmination of lessons captured through interviews with experts who have direct experience with all aspects of a RT.

This is part of a Human Wildlife Conflict report series covering six elements that exist in all contexts - understanding the conflict, monitoring, mitigation, policy, prevention and response. Actions that address each element must be in place for management program to be effective.
Human Wildlife Conflict – Response Teams: Global Lessons In Design, Operation, Monitoring, And Sustainability
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