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Whale-related tourism is an increasingly popular activity which may be used to drive conservation efforts. This study explored the relationships between empathy, conservation behaviors, anthropomorphism, connectedness to nature, and experiences of whale watchers and swim-with whale tourists....
With the intention to augment better management of human-wildlife conflicts (HWC) in Kenya, we assessed a national HWC pattern using a decade-long (2005–2016) monitoring data series. The results demonstrate that out of 29,647 reported HWC cases, crop raiding was the most frequent type (73%)...
This article presents results of a qualitative study on the opinions and attitudes of stakeholders of the areas affected by the moratorium on European eel (Anguilla anguilla) fishing (declared in 2010) in the Guadalquivir River marshlands of southern Spain. Results suggest that the stakeholders...
The collaborative ecosystem-based management of moose (Alces alces) in Sweden puts a strain on the involved stakeholders. Representatives have to cope with environmental uncertainty and social stress associated with goal conflicts. This article advanced the understanding of representatives’...
Fisheries managers seek information on the characteristics and needs of distinct groups of anglers. By examining perceptions in the context of angler groups, managers can anticipate reactions to fishery changes and avoid conflicts. The goal of this study was to identify groups of anglers who...
The value of private sector rhinoceros conservation in South Africa is a topic of much debate, often fueled by controversies surrounding trade in rhinoceros horn. We used semi-structured interviews (n = 16) to assess perceptions of private rhinoceros owners and other stakeholders regarding the...
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