Research

Latest research from CONVIVA – the convivial conservation research project

Articles

Massarella, K., Nygren, A., Fletcher, R., Büscher, B., Kiwango, W.A., Komi, S., Krauss, J.E., Mabele, M.B., McInturff, A., Sandroni, L.T., Alagona, P.S., Brockington, D., Coates, R., Duffy, R.V., Ferraz, K.M.P.M.B., Koot, S., Marchini, S., Percequillo, A.R. (2021). Transformation beyond conservation: how critical social science can contribute to a radical new agenda in biodiversity conservation. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 49, 2021, pp. 79-87. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2021.03.005.

Paolino, R.M., Landis, M.B., Ferraz, K.M.P.M. de B., Chiarello, A.G. (2018). Human-wildlife conflicts and cascading effects of jaguar ecological extinction in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Wild Felid Monitor, Summer 2018, p. 20.

Books

Presentations

Kiwango, W. (2020). Convivial Conservation: Prospects and challenges for socially just governance of human-wildlife interactions in Tanzania. Co-authored with Mathew Bukhi Mabele. POLLEN Political Ecology Network conference 2020, CONVIVA panel, 23 September 2020.

Kiwango, W. (2019). Fostering co-existence between apex predators in human-dominated landscapes in Tanzania. Sheffield Political Ecology Workshop, 19 June 2019.

Massarella, K. (2019). The dynamics and ‘social life’ of ideas in international conservation. Sheffield Political Ecology Workshop, 19 June 2019.