Free Lecture - Tuesday 9 April, 6.00-7.45pm
Huxley Lecture Theatre, Zoological Society of London, ZSL London Zoo
There is huge scope to integrate indigenous knowledge into conservation management. Find out what are the challenges, limitations, and future scope for building this unique body of knowledge into biodiversity conservation?
Paul Barnes, University College London & Zoological Society of London: "Working with the experts: Changing relationships between people and nature, and the implications for conservation in the Cyclops Mountains, Papua"
Dr Lisa Ingwall-King, UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre: "Importance of Indigenous knowledge in conservation policy: a case study from Guyana"
Professor Jay Mistry, Royal Holloway University of London and Co-Director, Cobra Collective CIC: "Viewing conservation through a different lens: working with Indigenous knowledge through participatory video"
Chantal Elkin, Alliance of Religions and Conservation: "The role of religion in conservation"
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