By the Brazilian CONVIVA team Interdisciplinarity as a goal and starting point. The Brazilian team implementing the CONVIVA – convivial conservation project is a highly diverse group of enthusiastic researchers from different institutions and disciplines, working in collaboration towards jaguar conservation in the Atlantic rainforest through a convivial perspective. Coordinated by Dr. Katia Ferraz, the leaderContinue reading “Human-Jaguar Relations in the Atlantic Forest: an opportunity for conviviality!”
By Judith Krauss, University of Sheffield (UK) What does the 15th Sustainable Development Goal, dubbed “Life on Land”, mean for CONVIVA, our research project investigating how conservation can be made more convivial, socially just, transformative? This blog post hopes to offer some initial, non-exhaustive thoughts building on a paper I am currently developing. It arguesContinue reading “Conserving what, how, and for whom? Unpacking SDG 15 “Life on land” and its links to convivial conservation”
The California Grizzly Research Network and NORFACE/Belmont Forum/NSF-funded CON-VIVA working group invite applications for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in conservation social science. Since 2016, the Grizzly Network (www.calgrizzly.com) has been promoting—through interdisciplinary research and education—a more informed scholarly and public conversation about the past and potential future of brown (grizzly) bears in California. The CON-VIVAContinue reading “CONVIVA postdoc, UC Santa Barbara, 2 years”
Position 3: postdoc (36 months), based at the ESALQ (Piracicaba) from the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil; position to study human-wildlife conflict in the Atlantic Forest biome involving Jaguars Description in Portuguese: http://fapesp.br/oportunidades/2560/ We are looking for The Wildlife Ecology, Management and Conservation Lab (LEMaC) at Forest Science, ESALQ/USP seeks a candidate for a postdocContinue reading “CON-VIVA Postdoc (36 months), based at the ESALQ (Piracicaba) from the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil”
Due to popular demand our research symposium on Convivial Conservation will now be livestreamed here. It will then be archived here and available for viewing for the next three years. Please join us!