How Conservation Conflict Transformation Is Essential for Doing Good Business in Fish and Wildlife Management (hosted by TWS)

TWS Panel Discussion
ROOM: RSCC, D8
 
Francine Madden, Executive Director of the Center for Conservation Peacebuilding, will provide an overview of Conservation Conflict Transformation (CCT) and the science behind this approach. She will articulate how CCT differs from traditional approaches to stakeholder engagement and conflict resolution. Around the world, conservation conflicts can be detrimental. They may impact not only the conservation of wildlife and natural resources, but also individual livelihoods, community identity and quality of life, local industry, and government functioning. Yet, conflict also can be an opportunity for positive change. Additional panelists will share specific case studies in CCT from the perspective of federal and state governments, conservationists, and landowners. Case studies will range from rangeland management to wolves to monk seals and will cover both marine and terrestrial species.
 
Organizers: Francine Madden
 
Supported by: Center for Conservation Peacebuilding, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlfie, Pulama Lanai, and others

TWS Panel Discussion
Location: Reno-Sparks CC Date: September 30, 2019 Time: 3:20 pm - 5:00 pm