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Ethics over leather wallets – mobilizing rural communities to support conservation

In my last post “Nature conservation – why, actually?”, I wrote that prof Dave Goulson, a British biologist and conservationist who specialises in the ecology and conservation of bumblebees, said that he was getting fed up with having to make … Continue reading

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Nature conservation – why, actually?

Why are we usually expected to make an economic argument to justify conservation? If you have a spare moment, listen to the latest “Life Scientific” on BBC Radio 4 (28 min-long podcast from Nov 11 is available here). It is … Continue reading

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